I think this one's a tad special....... I've been drooling over it for months and couldn't believe it when I saw this reduction at Amazon....... Reportedly as good as the B & W Zeppelin, it looks totally stunning and if it sounds anywhere as good as it looks I'll be well chuffed..... The build a specs are awesome and the next cheapest I can find is @ £239.99.......
* 3.5-inch aluminum woofer
* 0.75-inch titanium dome compression driver with MicroTractrix Horn
* 8-inch subwoofer
* RF remote control
As the first iPod-dockable home stereo system on the market, the award-winning iFi combines audiophile-quality performance with aesthetic flair. This iPod speaker is perfect for use in a den, bedroom, office or dorm room, this sub/sat setup includes a dock cradle and long-range radio frequency remote.
The iFi works with most dockable iPods, including the iPod mini, iPod Nano, and iPod video. Early 1G/2G iPods and iPod shuffles can't be docked, but can connect via the audio port on the rear of the dock or subwoofer.
Each self-standing or wall-mountable RSX-3 satellite (includes two) is a two-way, magnetically shielded speaker that employs a 3.5-inch aluminum woofer and a 0.75-inch titanium dome compression driver coupled to an exclusive round MicroTractrix Horn.
The 8-inch subwoofer, designed specifically for this system, has a built-in Class D amplifier that distributes 200 watts of peak system power to successfully drive all the channels. It also features a slot port and line level input. A unique tuning approach is used to achieve a sound character typically found in much larger subwoofer boxes.
Generating the most buzz in iPod circles, the dock cradle provides a volume dial, standby/mute button, volume/subwoofer select button and a light bar to help indicate the current volume level. When your iPod is in the dock cradle, it provides a line-level audio signal to the iFi, and the iFi returns the favor by charging the iPod.
The radio frequency remote can send signals through walls and floors and up to six remotes can be used to control the iFi and a docked iPod from virtually anywhere in the home.