Don't know of any docks built to take the Nexus 7. You could use some active speakers with a 3.5mm connector or something like the Ruark MR1 speakers which have built-in bluetooth.
I use a QED U-Play bluetooth receiver connected to my Hi-Fi. Works well and not too expensive. A good option if you already have an amplifier.
Hi-Fi: Arcam A85, P85, CD192. B&W 602S3, PV1, Grado SR125, Atlas Titan, Hyper 2.0.
A/V: Sony KDL-V40A12U, BDP-S760, Humax Youview, Onkyo TX-SR875, B&W MT30 7.1, QED HDMI-P, S.A XT
Theres an official dock for the Nexus 7 available on Google Play for £25. It charges and has a fixed line level out (3.5mm mini-jack)
JVC DLA-X30•Grandview Cyber Series (92")•LG 50PX990•Oppo BDP-93•Humax Foxsat HDR•Humax HDR-Fox T2•Vu+ Solo²•Roku 3•Sonos Connect•Onkyo TX-NR818•Mackie HR824 MK2•BK Monoliith DF•Drobo 5N
Sonos Connect•Studiospares Seiwin 5A
RPi•Fostex PC-100USB•Studiospares Seiwin SN-4A
Interesting...... Wonder if it'll sound much better than Bluetooth?
Thanks for the advice
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