1. Razer Mako 2.1

    Razer Mako 2.1

    The Razer Mako 2.1 is an intriguingly designed 2.1 powered sub/sat system for boosting the sound of your PC, iPod or MP3 player

    0%
    Our rating
  2. JVC NX-PN7

    JVC NX-PN7

    You can get comfortably better sounding iPod docks for this money – though without the showy extras available on this JVC

    0%
    Our rating
  3. Audioengine A2

    Audioengine A2

    Audioengine A2s are active desktop speakers. The price is right – and the size is too. But if your priority is outright fidelity, there are compelling

    100%
    Our rating
  4. Wadia 170 iTransport

    Wadia 170 iTransport

    The best sounding iPod dock we’ve heard – but it isn’t cheap once a decent DAC is factored in

    0%
    Our rating
  5. Krell KID

    Krell KID

    Krell's KID iPod dock costs an eye-watering £1350 and is billed as "the ultimate iPod system", but can it deliver the performance to justify its price

    0%
    Our rating
  6. More after the break

  7. Klipsch RoomGroove

    Klipsch RoomGroove

    If you're after a simple multi-room system, they don't come much more straightforward than this excellent Klipsch

    0%
    Our rating
  8. Bose SoundDock Portable

    Bose SoundDock Portable

    All you'll need is the loft-style apartment to go with this Bose

    0%
    Our rating
  9. Harman-Kardon Go + Play

    Harman-Kardon Go + Play

    If you want a stylish, well made portable iPod dock with bags of bass, Harman Kardon's Go + Play will fit the bill

    0%
    Our rating
  10. Gear4 Duo

    Gear4 Duo

    Two iPod docks in one here, but we think it's at a cost

    0%
    Our rating
  11. miidio Keg

    miidio Keg

    Attach the speaker to a hard, flat surface (like a window), plug in your MP3 player, and wallow in the paltry noises this thing makes

    0%
    Our rating

Pages