Excerpt: While there is much to be said for high-performance iPod/computer audio systems that feature dedicated docks, DACs, amps, speakers and even subwoofers, the fact is that many people want something much simpler than that—and preferably better looking.
Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) Zeppelin Mini iPod Dock Speaker System Review
16 February 2010
Conclusion: Even though it doesn't stand out as well as its predecessor, the Zeppelin Mini is mighty nice. At $400, it's still slightly expensive for an iPod dock. However, B&W don't come cheap, and it shows in this unit's performance at reasonable volume levels.
Pros: Oh-so-pretty, Nice audio experience overall, Remote reaches pretty far, USB connection makes computer upgrades easy, Rotating dock for proper video playback, Ability to play and control iTunes
Cons: Limited remote control, Mystery button on the remote, Chassis & controller are cruisin' for a bruisin', Doesn't always sync right away, Sound can break up at higher volumes
Summary: We loved the original B&W Zeppelin . But if you were feeling very picky, you could point to its wide-boy stance as a sticking point: not everyone has enough desktop space to accommodate a dock with a 64cm wingspan. Hence the Zeppelin Mini.
Summary: Beim Zeppelin von Bowers & Wilkins handelt es sich um das legendäre Lautsprechersystem für portable Apple-Player. Er sieht nicht nur genial aus, sondern klingt auch noch wie ein vollwertiges High-End-Soundsystem.