Posts Tagged: "Speaker Docks"

Philips Lightning Dock

Philips Announces a Slew of iPhone 5 Speaker Docks


Is the iPhone dock really dead?  Philips doesn’t think so, and to affirm their position they kicked out a handful of iPhone 5 Lightning Dock compatible speakers. At the top of the list is the Philips Lifestyle Music System (DCM2067) – not pictured.  It’s said to be an elegant and slim...


Koostik Wooden Amplifier Dock For The iPhone (video)


If the Bone Horn didn’t quite meet your fancy, then perhaps the Koostik will. It uses specially designed sound channels and hemispherical sound chambers that supposedly boosts your iPhone’s speakers two to four times.  Why the variation in amplitude we don’t know, but perhaps it has something to do with the...

Yamaha PDX-31

Yamaha PDX-31 iPod/iPhone Speaker Dock


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...


Fatman iTube ValveDock Carbon Edition II For Your iPod/iPhone


Looking like it escaped from some crazy audio laboratory, the Fatman iTube ValveDock Carbon Edition II wants to spread your wallet apart ($700) with the vigor of a 7-10 split from a prosthetic arm.  Compatible with all iPods/iPhones barring the iPod Shuffle, this beast of audio slaughter is a one-piece...


iHome’s New iP1 “Studio Series” UpScale iPod Speaker Docks


iHome, the makers of the original iPod clock docks, is entering the realms of higher audio with the iP1.  Looking as if it would fit perfectly in Patrick Bateman’s apartment (American Psycho), the iP1 should hit retailers around the middle of July for $300.  Featuring digital signal processing by Jon...