Don't-Miss Speaker Stories
If you've got room on your nightstand or desk, the chunky Duo-i is an impressive iPod clock radio.
The iHome iP99 is a nice combination alarm clock and iPod speaker system that manages to offer a decent combination of features and performance in a compact package.
Featuring iPod dock-connector connectivity, two analog audio inputs, and support for USB audio, Samson's small StudioDock 3i Active USB Monitors are both versatile and listenable.
With the Eos Wireless iPod Speaker System, you can wirelessly transmit audio from your iPod to a remote speaker.
If you want to listen to your iPod's audio in multiple locations, Creative's Xdock Wireless Music System is one option, although it doesn't come cheap.
The portable version of Bose's iconic iPod speaker system improves on the original but sports an even-higher price tag.
If you've ever wanted to buy a song you heard on the radio, Polk's I-Sonic ES2, when combined with a recent iPod, makes doing so easy thanks to iTunes Tagging.
Altec Lansing’s $30 Orbit-MP3 is a portable speaker that’s small enough to carry with you in a bag or backpack, and its sound quality is surprisingly good for such a small device.