Polk has been promising this mini-system for half a year now and it should be available in September. It's essentially an all-in-one stereo with some nice surround-sound tricks to make sure you hear audio goodness in every corner of the room.

It was hard to tell if it was actually working at the Digital Life preview two nights ago, but we'll take their word for it. Hopefully we'll be able to get a hands-on in a few weeks. Until then, feast your eyes on Polk's Bose-alike. It plays DVDs, is XM-ready, and has a big, bright LCD display. Interestingly enough, it also supports HD Radio, which is probably one of the first receivers of that type we've seen. It should cost about $599.

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