iPhone and iPod owners can stream their music wirelessly from their portable music player to their hi-fi using Roth Audio's new RothDock

Apple iPod and iPhone users can connect their devices wirelessly to their hi-fi system using Roth Audio's new £99 RothDock.

All you have to do is pop your iPhone or iPod into the dock and place it somewhere convenient. Next, just plug the receiver base into your hi-fi and you're ready to go. The unit is supplied with its own remote control, so searching for tracks is a doddle.

The RothDock and receiver can sit up to 10 metres apart and still communicate with each other.

Existing owners of suitably equipped speaker docks can also enjoy the RothDock's wire-free ways – all you need is a system that houses a 3.5mm stereo jack or twin RCA inputs.

And you won't miss a call if listening to your music: when the phone rings, the music fades and you'll hear the ringtone through the hi-fi system.

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As well as charging your iPod or iPhone, the RothDock will also work with non-Apple MP3 players and phones which can be connected using the supplied 3.5mm lead.

The RothDock is compatible with all iPods with 30-pin connectors and 2G and 3G iPhones. It goes on sale in December.