Excerpt: (1 items) Tivoli Audio's iYiYi is one of the better desktop iPod speaker systems we've tested. Even though it doesn't match the sound quality of the best systems in its class, the iYiYi sounds quite good and provides an extensive set of features, stellar FM reception, and an impressive remote. It's worth considering if your budget extends to the $300 range.
Excerpt: (1 items) When we reviewed Tivoli Audio’s $300 iSongBook in late 2005, we were impressed. The company took its excellent SongBook radio, added a flip-out iPod dock, changed the color to iPod-matching white and silver, and ended up with one of the best-sounding and most fully-featured portable iPod speaker systems on the market. Although we had a few minor complaints with the iSongBook, overall it was difficult not to love the system’s performance and versatility.
Pros: Full-featured remote with good range, Internal power supply means no brick or "wall wart", Very good sound quality, Large, clear LCD display, Excellent FM tuner with RDS, Mix-in port lets you listen to two sources simultaneously
Cons: Confusing alarm-clock functionality, No data connection for syncing your iPod, No video output, Audio quality not quite as good as that of several similarly-priced systems
Excerpt: Tivoli Audio make all sorts of different speaker systems, from Hi-Fi’s to Table radios and what we have here, iPod speakers. The iYiYi is one of the latter and performs decently. It is expensive, however, and the big question is whether this dock justifies a $400 hole in your wallet. The iYiYi comes in 2 colors: glossy black and white. I was sent the white version and it looks pretty good. If I’m honest, I would probably like the black more, but that’s just me.