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A judicious application of bass can go a long way toward making up for the sonic shortcomings of a small speaker system.
Saitek's A-250 Wireless 2.1 Speaker is like a roadside accident. You know you should look away, but you can' stop staring.
If you think it's foolish to drop $200 on a docking station for a $300 iPod, we won&'t even mention iPort's $1,100 model FS-5.
A sailor will always tell you to check where you dock before you commit to anything. There's still some truth in that old maxim.
Altec Lansing's inMotion iM11 is an even smaller portable speaker/docking station than the iM5 model we reviewed in January, and we like it just a bit more than its portlier sibling.
Logitech's Wireless Music System for iPod will turn any MP3 player into a wireless music-streaming device, and it sounds fantastic.
Kensington's Entertainment Dock 500 allows you to use the iPod from anywhere you want do, despite the fact that the screen on the iPod is all you'll have to use.
Cordless rear speakers reduce tripping accidents, but can Creative keep the quality sans cord?
Not all satellites are heavenly bodies. Unfortunately Creative's I-Trigue fails to take orbit.
A lack of low frequency fortitude puts M-Audio's new 2.1 system in a 'sub' par category.
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