1. Eos Wireless

    Eos Wireless

    Despite the very impressive wireless technology on show, this Eos system struggles where it matters most

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  2. Yamaha PDX-50

    Yamaha PDX-50

    It's still a great product, but close rivals have pipped it the the post as far as we're concerned

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  3. Altec Lansing IMT702

    Altec Lansing IMT702

    You’re spoiled for choice where iPod docks are concerned – this Altec Lancing IMT702 is a poor example

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  4. Roth Roth Dock

    Roth Roth Dock

    The Roth Audio Dock's wireless functionality works well, but unfortunately the sound quality suffers

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  5. Focal XS

    Focal XS

    The XS is very good, but with tighter bass control it could be a class-leading system

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  7. Parrot DS1120

    Parrot DS1120

    The Parrot DS1120 speakers make a fair effort at a Bluetooth solution but we’d expect better sound for £140

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  8. Marantz IS301

    Marantz IS301

    There's nothing wrong with the idea of this dock, but it needs to sound better and the wired video is fussy

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  9. Revo Blok

    Revo Blok

    This Revo certainly has the looks, but in terms of sonic delivery we found it fell behind

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  10. Voix PYT

    Voix PYT

    The Voix PYY may not wow you with its sound, but this portable iPod dock is ideal for those on a budget

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  11. Samson Studiodock 4i

    Samson Studiodock 4i

    The Samson Studiodock 4i iPod speaker system is bigger but not better than the almost identical looking, zesty Samson Studiodock 3is

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