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What stereo systems are designed for use with the iPod?
There are hundreds of stereo systems explicitly designed for use with the iPod models. Covering all stereo systems with iPod docks is outside the scope of this Q&A, but several iPod stereos include the Bose SoundDock II, Griffin Amplifi, JBL On Time 200ID, and Klipsch RoomGroove (shown below in clockwise order).
Photo Credit (Clockwise from top left): Bose, Griffin, JBL, Klipsch
Please note that these images are not to scale, but the pictured iPods can be used for an idea of relative size.
All of these stereo systems are designed to be used with iPod models with a "ClickWheel" -- the "full size" iPod models starting with the iPod 4th Gen, the iPod mini, and iPod nano models -- as well as the iPod touch line.
Inherits all the award-winning traits of its predecessor, with sleek new styling and additional features. If you want a proven performer for at-home iPod listening, our iPod speaker system now has even more to offer.
Is a high-tech contemporary styled 2.1 channel sound system. Designed with a compact tabletop footprint, sturdy wood construction and acoustically tuned enclosure, this system is sure to rock your tunes in any room.
A compact, high-performance time machine and sound system. Connected to your new generation iPod, MP3 player or other music source, the JBL On Time 200ID produces clean, powerful sound while providing time-keeping [better known as a clock], alarm and radio features.
Makes a great iPod speaker; combine it with other RoomGrooves and you get a KlipschCast wireless multi-room music system. But wait, there’s more. The RoomGroove can also share wireless audio signals with our CS-700 home theater system.
The always excellent iLounge has reviews of a number of iPod stereo systems. The equally solid MacWorld also has reviews of dozens of iPod stereo systems. You may find it useful to read through these reviews in pursuit of your ideal iPod stereo.
Ultimately, which one to purchase is entirely your decision. You should listen to each, along with others of interest, and choose the one that sounds the best to you, offers the features you want, and is within your price range.
If you have an older iPod model, you might also like to read an older version of this Q&A.