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Top 3 Digital Music System
iPod Sound Systems
The iPod sound systems are great for charging your iPod and listening to your iTunes. Finding the right one can be hard.
You can find my first top 5 docks and sound systems, here, but this is my sequel, I guess. Here are the next three on my list. I found that the following three iPod digital music systems were even better than my top 5 docks & sound systems. Check out all eight.
You can get a great quality sound from your iPod or iPod mini using the Bose POD1 SoundDock. You just sit your iPod in the dock and hit play. Pretty simple, huh?
The Bose SoundDock was designed to enhance your music listening experience. The coolest part is that the sound system charges your iPod as you listen to the music on surround sound.
You recieve a remote control that allows you to control your iPod tunes from a distance.
You'll be able to listen to your music with clear, crisp quality and a full, rich sound.
The SoundDock system is easy to operate. Just plug it in, pop in your iPod and play. Your iPod works as long as it has a dock connector on the bottom. There are no extra wires or adapters. The included remote allows you to control your music at the push of a button. And a stylish, sophisticated look means it can blend in or be the center of attention wherever you place it.
Altec Lansing inMotion iM7
You can charge your iPod while you listen to your tunes on surround sound. This portable sound system delivers digitally amplified music with a full bass and enhanced tenchology.
The sleek design is designed so that you can carry it to the beach, camping, to the park, anywhere you desire.
This portable sound dock runs on 8 D batteries for on the go music, or you can plug it into the wall for stationary use.
You can fit your iPod nano 1G and 2G, iPod mini, iPod 3G, iPod 4G (Clickwheel), iPod Color, and iPod 5G/5.5G Video.
Altec Lansing inMotion iM600
What sound dock doesn't charge your iPod while you listend to your music on high quality speakers? This one certainly does.
The portable iPod sound system runs on rechargeable Li-ion battery or by plugging it into the wall using the AC adapter.
You can use the remote that is included with the sound system to control your iPod or the FM radio and station presets. There is a LCD display screen for easy visualization, and a telescopic antenna for high quality radio transmissions.
You can use the composite video to play your videos and look at your pictures on most TVs straight from your iPod through the soud system.
The built in dock allows you to transfer data to your iPod.