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LOGITECH Pure-Fi Dream iPod Docking Station was £199.99 now £99.99 @ Currys

£99.99 @ Currys
With its eye-catching black and orange chassis and surround sound system, the Logitech Pure-Fi Dream iPod Docking Station is easy on the eye, all while delivering room-filling audio! The Logitech P…
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With its eye-catching black and orange chassis and surround sound system, the Logitech Pure-Fi Dream iPod Docking Station is easy on the eye, all while delivering room-filling audio!

The Logitech Pure-Fi Dream iPod Docking Station has adjustable bass and treble options to customise your music and StereoXL Technology that widens the soundstage beyond the speaker boundaries to create an immersive audio sound.

The speaker dock will charge your iPhone or iPod when connected and supports all models of iPhone/iPod, including other portable music players via a 3.5mm auxiliary input.

Besides great sound and bass, this iPod docking station has several little titbits that you can show off to your friends. Like the motion-activated backlight which backlights the controls when you wave your hand over them, making the system functional even in the dark. Or the snazzy backlight remote control to operate your system from across the room. Or the song title display that lets you know exactly which song is playing from your iPod, iPhone or the FM Radio.

You heard right! The Logitech Pure-Fi Dream iPod Docking Station even has digital AM/FM radio with clear sound and Dual alarm with snooze to ensure you rouse to your favourite music, day after day!
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#1
I've used one of these with my iPhone for a year and a half now - it broke after a year but Logitech replaced it no-questions-asked.

One thing to bear in mind though - if you want to use it with an iPhone 4 you'll have to buy the universal dock kit (£7 from Apple) - and if you want to use it with an iPhone in a (thickish) case you'll need to be pretty handy with a dremel (to cut out the adapter).
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cheers for that info ;)

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