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Rockridge Sound ISR-VT02 brings the classic vacuum tube sound with their new iPod sound dock. The unit combines two 2x12W speakers and also gives you an AM/FM radio to go along with that classic style and sound. The only bad thing is the unit is not available in the US at this time. Although the sound may be classic, we are betting the few who would buy such a unit would not use an iPod anyway and probably prefers the warm tones of a record.
You want a stylish sound system for your iPod or iPhone, but the docks available are not up to your audiophile standards. The Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin solves this problem. The Zeppelin offers superb sound for your MP3’s using their sophisticated DSP and the use of five speakers which separate the highs, mids, and lows into their own drivers like a proper sound system would. The Zeppelin has won numerous awards for its sound achievements and should fulfill the requirements of most audiophiles that accept MP3 or lossless quality. The Zeppelin is a bit on the pricey side at $600, but if you want the best, that is what you’ll have to pay. We bet it’ll be worth it once you adorn your house with the sounds any B&W product provides.
Apple’s newest display is now available for purchase via their online store. The sign sill says "ships in November", but the option to buy button, now allows for overnight, second day or 5-day shipping. No word yet if you can get this in the store. The price of entry is $899 for an 1,920 x 1,200 resolution, DisplayPort, built-in iSight camera and mic, integrated speakers, 3-port USB hub, and MagSafe adapter for your MacBook.