1. Gear4 Duo

    Gear4 Duo

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

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  2. 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

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  3. Griffin Evolve

    Griffin Evolve

    Can make your wireless dreams a reality

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  4. Onkyo DS-A2X

    Onkyo DS-A2X

    A budget-choice cradle with good audio and video playback, although there's occasionally a touch of brightness and lack of weight to the sound

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  5. Marantz IS201

    Marantz IS201

    A great-sounding dock with plenty of connectivity, but not quite the best in class

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  7. Arcam r-Dock

    Arcam r-Dock

    A very classy aluminium iPod dock from Arcam with excellent dynamics and resolution, plus intelligent charging system

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  8. Logitech mm50

    Logitech mm50

    The mm50 impressed us enormously when it first came out, and despite being superseded by the Pure-Fi Anywhere, it's still worth looking for a bargain

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    Available from £7.4
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  9. Vivanco CHS 5500

    Vivanco CHS 5500

    Child's play to use as well as being a pocket money price

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  10. B&W Zeppelin

    B&W Zeppelin

    This powerful and curvy Zeppelin thrives on its simplicity, but it's finally met its match

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    Available from £49
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  11. Intempo RDI

    Intempo RDI

    This smart-looking system packs DAB and FM radio, but sadly its sonic performance doesn't fully live up to its spec

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