1. Cygnett-Unison iX5

    Cygnett-Unison iX5

    The Cygnett-Unison iX5 is an active speaker system that is far from charmless, but it needs to rein in the bass to get near a fifth star

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  2. Edifier iF500

    Edifier iF500

    Edifier's latest dock can hold its own sonically, but in terms of value it's outclassed

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  3. Intempo InSession

    Intempo InSession

    Intempo's InSession iPod dock proves to be stunningly mediocre

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  4. Logic3 Valve 80

    Logic3 Valve 80

    Neither the dock or the speakers have much going for them in terms of sound quality, so we can’t recommend this Logic3 Valve 80 system

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  5. Macally TunePro

    Macally TunePro

    Looks and sounds like it should cost much more – a powerful yet easy-listening dock

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  7. Kicker iK500

    Kicker iK500

    Fun with a very large ‘F’, this could be just the thing for some buyers

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  8. Epoz AktiMate Mini

    Epoz AktiMate Mini

    If you want to hear your iPod sound its best these Epoz AktiMate Minis are just the ticket, with a sound quality that impresses across the board

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  9. Pure Digital i10

    Pure Digital i10

    Simple, cheap and easy to use but where sound is concerned, the i10 disappoints

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  10. Pure Digital Avanti Flow

    Pure Digital Avanti Flow

    Radio Product of the Year, Awards, 2010. This is Pure's second internet radio, and the Avanti Flow has a built-in iPod dock as well as DAB and FM radi

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  11. Roberts Sound 53

    Roberts Sound 53

    We’d like a little more clarity and openness to proceedings, not least as the price puts it in to micro system territory, but it’s still a decent opti

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