1. Philips DS9000

    Philips DS9000

    With the introduction of this smart and compact dock from Philips, B&W's mighty Zeppelin finally has some stiff competition

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  2. Sony RDP-X80iP

    Sony RDP-X80iP

    This Sony dock is both sweet sounding and simple to use, and should certainly be on your shortlist

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  3. Intempo Perform

    Intempo Perform

    This Intempo dock has a quirky motorised system, and is rather affordable too - making it a bit of catch

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  4. Creative ZiiSound D5

    Creative ZiiSound D5

    It's got some sonic flaws, but we think this iPod dock system is a great way to utilise Bluetooth technology effectively

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    Available from £275.55
  5. B&W MM-1

    B&W MM-1

    Best Premium desktop speakers, Awards 2011, but more exciting options are now available

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    Available from £399
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  7. GenevaSound Model S

    GenevaSound Model S

    This is the smallest GenevaSound iPod dock system we've tested, but don't let that put you off – it's a great little performer

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  8. Altec Lansing inMotion Compact

    Altec Lansing inMotion Compact

    This iPod docking system is certainly a nice looking and interesting design, but the sound needs weight for it to really shine

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  9. Klipsch iGroove SXT

    Klipsch iGroove SXT

    Once again, Klipsch has produced a five-star iPod dock, with a refined sound and style

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  10. Cygnett-Unison i-TS

    Cygnett-Unison i-TS

    This 82cm-tall iPod dock is a novel design, but it doesn't stand up to close scrutiny

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  11. Epoz Aktimate Maxi

    Epoz Aktimate Maxi

    There’s little excuse not to find room in your home for these excellent iPod active speakers

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