1. Altec Lansing Expressionist Ultra

    Altec Lansing Expressionist Ultra

    There's much to like here, but the poor treble holds back this desktop system in a major way

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  2. Gear4 SoundOrb Aurora

    Gear4 SoundOrb Aurora

    The curvy unit doubles as an ambient light, but there's little to get excited about when it comes to sound

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  3. Bose SoundDock 10

    Bose SoundDock 10

    This powerful-sounding iPod speaker dock goes extremely loud and now it's more affordable

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  4. Pure Digital Chronos iDock Series II

    Pure Digital Chronos iDock Series II

    The Chronos II improves on the abilities of its five-star predecessor – making it a big fat bargain

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  5. Altec Lansing Orbit USB

    Altec Lansing Orbit USB

    This little cylinder is a bit of a bargain for basic laptop listening

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  7. Magicbox XP-1 Nocturne

    Magicbox XP-1 Nocturne

    We like the idea of iPod docking alarm clocks, but the sound from this Magicbox is nowhere near good enough for the money

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  8. Edifier E3350

    Edifier E3350

    Given the price and build, the Edifier E3350 performs surprisingly well.

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  9. B&W Zeppelin Mini

    B&W Zeppelin Mini

    Best iPod Dock £150–£300, Awards 2010. You won't find a more attractive and musically talented iPod Dock anywhere amongst the competition

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  10. JBL Control 2.4G

    JBL Control 2.4G

    These active speakers from JBL have a wireless twist, and can be connected to any MP3 player, laptop or hi-fi system

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  11. Onkyo ND-S1

    Onkyo ND-S1

    Hats off to Onkyo for moving into the digital docks market – and for making it so affordable

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