XtremeMac shows off iPod speaker dock, FM transmitter

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XtremeMac has taken the wraps off the Tango X2, a new black-and-chrome speaker system for the Apple iPod. The accessory maker also unveiled a transmitter and car charger for the iPod during this week's Macworld Expo.

Like XtremeMac’s earlier Tango speaker system, the X2 features two custom full-range speakers and a subwoofer. But the X2 adds an AM/FM tuner supporting six user presets, and a hidden blue LED display tucked behind the its front grille.

XtremeMac’s Tango X2 speaker system

The new unit is also about 30 percent smaller than the original Tango speaker system, will charge any iPod with a dock connector, and features a line in jack for connecting other audio devices.

The Tango X2 costs $149.99; it is currently available for pre-order via XtremeMac's Web site, and should be available at retailers in a few weeks.

XtremeMac also announced its InCharge FM transmitter for the Apple iPod, enabling drivers to charge their digital media player while transmitting audio to their in-vehicle sound system. The unit features mono and stereo modes to improve reception even when finding an open FM band is difficult.

Expect to see the InCharge FM transmitter for $69.95; XtremeMac is taking pre-orders now, although it should be available from retailers in a few weeks.

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