If you have a little extra cash, why not jazz up your iPod experience with these top of the line docking stations.
Next comes the Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin, a dock for those who want something with both style and substance. Its rounded zeppelin-like design is extremely eye catching and the overall audio experience is pleasing, making this a smooth albeit expensive music solution.
Looking for a way to get more from your iPod? There are an increasing array of products on the market these days with iPod docks built into them and today we take a look at a couple of the most expensive.
First up is the most expensive iPod dock we’ve ever seen, the Geneva Sound System M. While it lacks a few features such as a USB port or an LCD display, it more than makes up for it in sound quality, producing incredible audio that is sure to blow your mind.
Finally for something a little different we have the less flexible solution. Panasonic’s SC-B T105 is a home theatre system with a built-in iPod dock. Allowing you to easily pump music from your iPod through your home theatre setup, this system also comes with a built-in Blu-ray player to future-proof your entire system.
Then there is the option for those who want to easily take their music on the road. Featuring an incredibly sturdy arching handle, the Harmon Kardon Go + Play is perfect for those park BBQs and days at the beach. With the ability to run off C batteries it will run fine even away from power and the audio is once again nothing to sneer at.
Don’t have an account? Sign up here
Don't have an account? Sign up now