1. Libratone Beat

    Libratone Beat

    The Libratone Beat iPod dock is wool clad and comes in a choice of four colours

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  2. Pro-Ject DBS1

    Pro-Ject DBS1

    The Pro-Ject DBS1 is a microsystem for your iPod

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  3. B&W Zeppelin Air

    B&W Zeppelin Air

    Fantastic sound and stunning streaming functions – with the Air, B&W has radically improved its iconic iPod dock

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  4. Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox

    Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox

    The good Dr. Dre ventures from headphones to speaker docks – it's a beefy system but the harsh treble is a definite turn-off

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  5. Audyssey South of Market Audio Dock

    Audyssey South of Market Audio Dock

    Looks good, feels great, yet performance is more boom and bang than detailed

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  7. Lenco Speakerball

    Lenco Speakerball

    Lenco's Speakerball is a quirky football-sized dock that could be fine for a kitchen

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  8. iLuv iMM178DAB Vibe Plus

    iLuv iMM178DAB Vibe Plus

    The iLuv iMM178DAB Vibe Plus does a decent job and even has an extra speaker for under your pillow

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  9. B&O BeoSound 8

    B&O BeoSound 8

    Epic sound that will fill a large room and unique looks, that's what you'll get with the B&O Beosound8 speaker dock

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  10. Pure Digital i20

    Pure Digital i20

    If you're working to a budget and need a decent iPod dock then look no further then the capable and affordable Pure i20

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    Available from £41.95
  11. Sony RDR-X50iP

    Sony RDR-X50iP

    This mains powered Sony dock certainly does a lot right, but some may find the bass too overpowering

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