Handcrafted from select hardwoods and capable of producing “reflective-audio”, these designer docking stereo systems from Q were made to be enjoyed by the eyes and the ears.
Not as sexy as TDK’s boombox, but not as pricey either. The iMT810 has a 5.25in subwoofer, FM radio, two AUX in jacks, and can run on AC or eight D batteries. Dock works with iPods and iPhones.
The dock of the latest version of the ceramic passive amplifier sits in the middle of the speaker. It boosts the iPhone’s volume by about four times. Works with 1st, 3rd and 4th gen iPhones.
The Beosound 8’s conical speakers not only make it appear slim, they also enhance sound quality. Most Apple mobile devices fit into its dock, and it also has USB and auxiliary-in connections.
Designer Yaser Alhamyari has a few gadgets to dock, so he came up with The Docking and Storage Base, which not only holds your iMac, but docks, syncs and charges up to 3 additional devices.
The Horizontal 51 from finite elemente is an integrated iPod dock with functional shelf and multimedia connectivity to a TV, PC or MP3 player. Includes a 25W amplifier and remote control.
These handmade iRetrofone docks are sculpted and cast one at a time from resin, are compatible with all iPhone models and let you charge your phone with your own USB cable. Love that handset.
Ready to do away with your landline? The Desk Phone Dock converts your iPhone into a desktop handset with speakerphone, stereo music playback, and auto-charging when docked.
LipsonRobotics’ Speaker Bot will crush lesser docks with ease; this one-of-a-kind robot is made from reclaimed parts and packs a speaker in its torso and iPod Dock in its base.
Its monolithic stature almost demands you play Also sprach Zarathustra on repeat: the Wall of Sound is a gigantic 225 lb. iPod dock that just happens to also be a 125 watt speaker.
Frontgate’s 42″ tall iPod Tower Speaker towers over puny docks; it features two 1″ tweeters, two 3″ midrange speakers and a 6.5″ subwoofer and is topped with an LCD touch screen.
Bose’s SoundDock 10 is designed to be an uber-iPhone/iPod player, and for $600 it’d better: it features a pair of Bose high/mid Twiddlers, 52″ of waveguide channels and a subwoofer.
Bowers & Wilkins’ Zeppelin Mini is a smaller version of its blimpy big bro with 36 W of power and a pair of 3″ drivers; it also features a direct to digital USB port and rotatable docking arm.
iSkin’s Cerulean RX untethers your iPhone from its dock, letting you stream tunes from as far as 30 feet away via a Stereo Bluetooth connection with no batteries or drivers required.
A remote in the hand is worth one Ipod in the dock, at least with Ewoo’s HandMusic; a remote with a 1.8″ TFT LCD lets you keep your iPod docked while you pick tunes from 500 feet away.
Philips’ DC350 is a vertically oriented iPhone/iPod clock radio which also sports a Bluetooth link for hands-free calls; it’s rated at 6W RMS, includes a remote and will be out January.
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