You will find iPod speakers everywhere, but which ones actually sound good? With all these brands out there it is hard to know if these speaker sets are even worth getting. Our friends at Eagle, who already sent us their Soundstage speakers, also make an iPod speaker system called the iDock. The iDock features a dedicated subwoofer unlike many iPod speaker systems, so let’s see if it’s worth picking up.
– Stiff and light cone materials for precise vibrations
– Exceptional tonal fidelity and low harmonic distortion
– Solid wood enclosures accurately amplifies overall sound level
– Dedicated subwoofer and midrange for high decibel output
– Compatible with wide range of iPod/iPhone
– Great for MP3 player, CD, PC, video gaming system, home audio system or just about any other audio sources
– USB 2.0 port connects to iTunes (PC/Mac)
– RCA audio input
– Adjustable volume, treble, bass
– Control, play and charge your iPod/iPhone from the top loading dock
– Remote control and browse your iPod/iPhone from anywhere in the room
Total RMS Power: 20 Watts
– Satellites: 5 Watts RMS x 2 (into 4 ohms, @<=1% THD)
– Subwoofer: 10 Watts RMS x 2 (into 4 ohms, @<=1% THD)
Total Peak Power: 40 Watts
Frequency Response: 30Hz to 20kHz
– Satellites: Dual 3-inch full spectrum drivers with solid wood enclosure
– Subwoofer: 4-inch driver with solid wood enclosure
Speaker Dimension: 4.72″ x 11.02″ x 7.67″
The iDock comes in very nice packaging just like the soundstage speakers did. On the front there is a picture of the iDock and on the back there is a diagram explaining some of the features.
Opening the box up everything is nicely protected with cardboard and plastic. Inside you will find the iDock unit, remote, audio cables, and the user’s manual.
Jan 30, 2015 0