Conclusion: A wonderful-sounding iPod speaker system that's a strong competitor with the Bose SoundDock. It's capable of powering small parties, and the RF remote means you won't have to push anyone out of the way to change songs.
Pros: Superb sound quality. Wide sweet spot. Attractive design. Comes with an RF remote.
Cons: No composite video output. No power button on the remote. Power button is inconveniently located on back of unit. No volume indicator.
Excerpt: (1 items) (The following summary refers to Altec Lansing's M602, JBL's Radial, Klipsch's iGroove HG, and Sonic Impact's T24 Made for iPod Shelf System.) All four of these systems offer more functionality than Bose's top-selling SoundDock, including one or several additional features -- for example, computer syncing, video output, and support for non-dockable iPods and other audio sources.