Think Sirius Satellite Radio is the grandest thing ever? Are you vexed that, not being a truck driver, you really don't get your money's worth for the Sirius satellite tuner in your car? Want to transfer this technology to your home theater? Then look for TERK's new SIR6, an outdoor satellite radio antenna that's designed especially for satellite radio reception in the home. Both compact and weatherproof, this satellite antenna comes with a detached cable for easy cable routing. The SIR6 also comes with a universal mounting bracket, which makes it easy to decide where to place the antenna: on a wall, the roof, or a mast or satellite dish. Music anywhere, all the time, can be yours for $80.
And here's a little something for our readers in high altitudes: Runco's new CinemaWall CW-42i widescreen flat-panel display. This new display is designed to operate at altitudes up to 9,000 feet above sea level. The 42-inch CW-42i replaces the CW-42 and offers a new fan-free design for quiet operation, as well as 20 percent more brightness than its predecessor. Less than 4 inches deep, the CW-42i includes Runco's ViViX processing, has a native resolution of 853 by 480, and offers multiple aspect ratios. Add a generous helping of inputs (including DVI with HDCP), and you have a full arsenal of features to showcase to your friends. For $7,995, you can make the whole neighborhood jealous.