These great-value iPod speakers sport a minimalist look. Although its long, bicycle handlebar shaped dock can be hooked-up to an included (and rather stylish) subwoofer, it doesn't quite create the mess of cabling that blights similar efforts.
Here's something you don't see every day - a fully portable iPod speaker with all the trimmings and, tucked under the iPod dock, a radio too! We've seen radios on iPod speakers before, but only on desktop models
iSkin Cerulean TX+RX review | Many of us have iPod speakers, but not all of them have remotes – and even the ones that do can be a pain to use. After all, if you’re sitting on the sofa, you can’t read the iPod screen from the other side of the room, leaving the remote redundant for browsing tracks Reviews | TechRadar
For an iPod speaker system to be deemed it must have a subwoofer, but instead of offering a separate bass speaker, InTempo has hidden it in the rear of the It helps explains why this sleek black system is so big
Unless you're 12 years old or don't give a hoot about how your tunes sound, there can't be much reason for wanting to hook a weedy DAP up to unpowered speakers, yet the market is somehow flooded with the blighters