Posts Tagged: "iphone docks"

Beosound 8

Bang & Olufsen BeoSound 8 iPod Dock (video)

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This is B&O’s iPod/iPhone dock.  It costs a mind altering $1,400, though that is based off the UK price of £900.  Still though, this is an earth shattering price, especially when you consider every other iPod Dock speaker system on the market today. The discs are in fact the speakers...

Dashlink iPhone Dock

Dashlink Harley Davidson iPhone Dock

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There are a million iPhone and iPod docks for the car, but what about motorcyclists?  Or in this case what about Harley Davidson motorcyclists? Enter the Dashlink Docking Console.  It’s actually a replacement fuel tank complete with dock, line out audio, power and integrated volume control through the stock handlebars...

Yamaha PDX-31

Yamaha PDX-31 iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock

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Yamaha’s PDX-31 probably won’t knock your socks off when it boils down to sound quality, but in terms of design and simplicity it’s a home run in our book. Inside the box is a reinforced, dual wall “box-within-a-box” construction with twin 3 1/4 -inch speakers.  If you haven’t sussed it...

Dualie

Buffalo Dualie iPhone-Hard Drive Dock Now Available

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You can now buy Buffalo’s Dualie, a hard drive station with an iPhone/iPod compatible dock.  The native connection of the hard drive (a 500GB is included) is USB type mini-B, though it also appears to include a Firewire connection as well.  The rear of the dock includes two additional USB...

iHome iA5

iHome iA5 App-Enhanced Alarm Clock Speaker Dock

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There’s certainly no shortage of bed side iPhone alarm clocks.  Trailing on the coat tails of iLuv’s App Station is iHome’s iA5 app enhanced alarm clock speaker.  Much like other iPhone alarm clocks you can wake to your iPhone’s media, charge the handset, plug in any device via a 3.5mm...

iHome iP2

iHome Announces Mid End iP2 iPhone Dock

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Early last year iHome launched the iP1, a stylish high end iPhone/iPod docking system that boasted their patented Bongiovi Acoustic Digital Power Station technology.  One problem, though: it cost $300.  So iHome went back to the drawing board and came up with the iP2.  Though it lacks the same luster...