Skip to story Ditch the sticky floors, stale popcorn, and gabbing sociopaths. An auteur-worthy home theater is easy to achieve–just cast the right gear. Justin Fantl; Styling by Nissa Quanstrom/Aubri Balk
In any couple, film tastes and preferred viewing hours sometimes diverge. Sennheiser's supremely comfortable wireless headphones let you watch as many midnight Michael Bay features as you can stomach—without stirring up any marital strife. Buy it here.
The latest flagship television from LG uses locally dimming, phosphor-based LEDs to give tonight's main attraction brighter colors and Stygian blacks. And thanks to the 4K set's advanced upscaling algorithms, even old Alf episodes are transformed into near-Ultra HD. Buy it here
In a world where unpopped kernels can infiltrate handfuls of popcorn and wreak havoc on weak molars and old crowns, one clever stoneware bowl has a perforated bottom to filter out these annoying duds and make munching in the dark safe again. Buy it here.
Sure, Logitech's latest universal remote is compatible with nearly every modern home theater device in existence. But the real allure is that its wireless hub works with other connected gadgets, like smart LED bulbs and Nest thermostats, letting you direct things like your room's color temperature as well as the actual temperature. Buy it here.
If a full-on surround system seems like overkill, this slim, two-channel soundbar is the next best thing. A built-in amp means you won't need a receiver, and a separate 200-watt wireless sub and virtual surround mode will have you gripping the couch while looking over your shoulder. Buy it here.