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High-end speakers for the iPod

Icub

Up to now, the majority of speaker system designed for use with a personal audio player, or if we are being a tad cynical, err iPod, have been small, low-tech and achieve little in terms of quality (although some exceptions. However, French manufacturer Focal has some changes in store.

This week it has unveiled the iCub (ah, such original branding), which promises to turn the traditional role of hi-fi systems around. The iCub promises detailed, 400watt sound which is supplemented by a specially designed Cub 2 subwoofer. It also has its own remote control and can connect to any MP3, digital audio, CD or DVD audio system. Like traditional hi-fi system, the iCub has a selection of inputs including Optical, RCA and 3.5mm mini-jack. It is available now for £450.

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Posted by Shiny Media on April 4, 2005 in MP3 players | Permalink

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