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  1. Terratec Noxon 2

    Terratec Noxon 2

    Reviewed on 15th August 2007
    Price when reviewed £150

    The Noxon 2 connects to your broadband network and allows you to listen to radio channels broadcast via the internet – plus it has an iPod dock, too

  2. Lars & Ivan BK-21

    Lars & Ivan BK-21

    Reviewed on 13th August 2007
    Price when reviewed £130

    A really impressively built system for the money, which also sounds much more expensive than it is

  3. Soundcast Outcast/iCast

    Soundcast Outcast/iCast

    Reviewed on 13th August 2007
    Price when reviewed £500

    A weatherproof, wireless speaker system with matching iPod dock perfect for those outdoor parties – it's powerful to make a party go with a punch

  4. iRhythms A302

    iRhythms A302

    Reviewed on 24th July 2007
    Price when reviewed £100

    The A302 (and the identical-in-all-but-colour A303) is but an average implementation of the most simple of iPod dock designs – others do it better

  5. iLuv i552

    iLuv i552

    Reviewed on 24th July 2007
    Price when reviewed £70

    True, there are better-sounding and more highly featured iPod speaker docks out there, but for £70 the iLuv i552 gives a very good account of itself

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  7. iLuv i177

    iLuv i177

    Reviewed on 25th June 2007
    Price when reviewed £65

    Variable quality in some areas leaves the i177 as a useful iPod dock/speaker system that also has a handy alarm facility if that's useful to you

  8. Cyruslink LinkMini Two

    Cyruslink LinkMini Two

    Reviewed on 23rd May 2007
    Price when reviewed £80

    For less than £80 the Cyruslink (tuned by the hi-fi specialist Cyrus) speaker system provides a superb

  9. Fatman iTube 252/iTube valve dock

    Fatman iTube 252/iTube valve dock

    Reviewed on 3rd April 2007
    Price when reviewed £799

    This unique and stylish system delivers a natural, detailed sound

  10. JVC RA-P10

    JVC RA-P10

    Reviewed on 28th March 2007
    Price when reviewed £70

    We get suspicious when music-making products include novelty items as thermometers: too much influence from the marketing department we think

  11. Logitech Pure-Fi Express

    Logitech Pure-Fi Express

    Reviewed on 26th February 2007
    Price when reviewed £50

    It only costs fifty quid, so don't expect the Earth to move when you play your music, but for lazing in the bath with tunes, it's the perfect accompan

    £41.77

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