1. Yamaha PDX-30

    Yamaha PDX-30

    When it comes to looks and performance, this Yamaha dock does it big and bold

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  2. Geneva Lab Model XL

    Geneva Lab Model XL

    It's quite possibly the biggest iPod dock you've seen, but the Geneva XL isn't without its charms

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    Available from £1799
  3. Ruark Audio R2i

    Ruark Audio R2i

    Best desktop DAB £200+, Awards 2010. This do-it-all premium system ticks most boxes – and it all comes at a competitive price

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  4. Geneva Lab Model L

    Geneva Lab Model L

    This brutal-looking docking system fires out a wonderfully musical sound

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  5. Macally FlexTune

    Macally FlexTune

    Not one for the heavyhanded, the FlexTune's fiddly buttons make this complex to use, while the sound could do with more bass

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  7. Logitech Pure-Fi Express Plus

    Logitech Pure-Fi Express Plus

    In this updated version of the Pure-Fi Express, Logitech's got the sound just right, but we've concerns about your iPod's positioning

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  8. Logic3 i-Station Rotate

    Logic3 i-Station Rotate

    Good bass reponse and the nifty rotation function make this Logic 3 iPod dock rather appealing

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  9. Edifier iF330 Plus

    Edifier iF330 Plus

    It might look smart and rather understated, but this Edifier packs a sound that's too cluttered for us and won't let music breathe

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  10. Logic3 i-Station 25

    Logic3 i-Station 25

    Another dock that has an unusual feature – in this case multi-positioning – but it doesn't excel in any areas despite reasonable sound

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  11. Genius SP-Tempo 350

    Genius SP-Tempo 350

    It's certainly cheap, but this dock's basic features, limited usability and confused sound make it thoroughly uninspiring

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