Do you like comfy seats? Do you like good-looking seats? Do you like reasonably priced seats? Home Cinema Seating, a division of Bass Industries, may have the seat for you. The Millennium home theater seat features an upholstered back and seat bottom, flip-up armrests with integrated cup holders, a 42-inch pleated back, and a bolstered headrest to take the strain off of your neck as you watch movie after movie. The Millennium has that classic movie theater look and is available in numerous colors of velour, leather, or Nusuede. Prices range from $723 per seat in rows of three or more.
When a flagship loudspeaker gets an update, that's something to get excited about. Definitive Technology has rolled out their new BP7000SC and BP7001SC towers, which follow in the footsteps of the company's BP3000TL and BP2000TL towers. The top-of-the-line BP7000SC is 52.5 inches tall and combines a 14-inch subwoofer with bipolar D'Appolito front- and rear-mounted driver arrays, each of which consists of two 6.5-inch woofers and a 1-inch tweeter. At 48 inches tall, the smaller BP7001SC tower combines similar D'Appolito arrays with a 10-inch subwoofer. The BP7000SC and the BP7001SC are both available in a gloss-black or a gloss-cherry finish and sell for $2,499 each and $1,749 each, respectively. Definitive Technology