1. iRhythms A303

    iRhythms A303

    The A303 – like its near-identical sibling, the A302 – manages to produce an okay sound for an okay price... but we're far from excited by either of t

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  2. Gear4 Houseparty 24/7

    Gear4 Houseparty 24/7

    You can buy much better iPod dock/clock/radio combos than this - even at this sort of money

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  3. Fatman iTube valve dock

    Fatman iTube valve dock

    This valve-plus-iPod-dock took us by surprise way back in 2007 when we first tested it, but nowadays we're just happy to be old friends – it's quality

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  4. Logic3 i-Station8

    Logic3 i-Station8

    A weird, though only slightly wonderful design: one an inviting array of speakers, but hampered by a rather indistinct and unsinpiring sound

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  5. Altec Lansing InMotion IM4

    Altec Lansing InMotion IM4

    A compact, foldaway speaker system that offers good-quality sound, but without any great ability to go to loud volumes

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  7. Acoustic Energy Aego M-System

    Acoustic Energy Aego M-System

    Feed the Acoustic Energy system any kind of line-level signal – computer or iPod, for example – and it does okay, but can be beaten by others

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  8. Oregon Scientific iBall

    Oregon Scientific iBall

    An original concept that works well as far as the wireless implementation goes, but flounders on the rocks of appalling sound quality (for a £200 unit

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  9. Eclipse TD TD307 PAII

    Eclipse TD TD307 PAII

    Other-world looks, exceptionally fast, natural and detailed presentation – these curious Eclipse speakers can be immensely satisfying

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