The HDTV is usually the center of attention in a home theater, but a speaker set like Paul Scarfe's Aura could upstage it. Aura is cone speaker made with molded glass that produces exceptional sound. The glass is supposed to deliver precise treble, while the bottom of the speaker is a standard bass arrangement. I'm still a little baffled as to why the cone shape isn't used more often in home theater systems. After all, we see cones in most places that people project sound (think bullhorns, rolled up magazines, etc), but in home theater systems the cone shape is very limited.
Aura looks to change that with a cone of resonating glass that can fill a room with audio goodness. And regardless of the sound quality, Aura's looks are sure to impress.