It's hardly the first wireless subwoofer, but KEF's HTB2SE-W is possibly the coolest-looking sub we've seen. While the oblong shape, similar to B&W's PV1, is sure to stand out in your listening room (we'll leave you to ponder whether that's a good thing), the 10-inch driver, driven by a 250-watt Class D amplifier, will certainly make itself heard.
The wireless connection is said to transmit CD-quality sound via the 2.4GHz band with an 80-foot range, freeing you up to put it anywhere in the room you want (still gotta plug it in, though). It's coming in October for $1,200. We like the wireless ability and love the look. Still, we have to wonder how much benefit will either really bestow given that you'll just dump it in the corner anyway?