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Home speakers for your iPod

307_sub_imgObviously, the whole point of iPods is that you can carry music with you when you’re out and about. But after giving up valuable hours of your life to fill up the hard drive with your entire music collection, being able to pack away your CDs and get all your music from that little white unit is quite an appealing prospect.

This TD 307 speaker set from Eclipse TD 307 can be connected directly to your iPod (as well as CD players, computers or any stereo source), providing decent sound quality for home use. The system comprises two egg-like speakers and an amplifier, and costs £400. There’s also an option of adding a sub-woofer, too add a bit more oomph. Or you can opt for the full cinema system, which includes 5 speakers, amp and a sub-woofer for £1300.


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Posted by Shiny Media on August 26, 2004 in Home audio | Permalink


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