SpeckTone Retro iPod Speaker System (Green)
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- Retro-styled tabletop speaker system designed for "dockable" iPods
- Sleek and stylish mod housing with high-gloss lacquered wood cabinet
- Built-in iPod docking station; auxiliary input for other audio devices
- Pair of 3-inch drivers and 4-inch bottom subwoofer; 28 watts total output
- Measures 14 x 5 x 6.5 inches (W x H x D); 90-day warranty
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Listen to your iPod at home with this exceptional speaker system that accepts virtually all dockable iPods. All 4th generation, 5th generation (with video), mini, and nano iPod can be placed in and played thru the SpeckTone Retro dock connector. iPod Shuffle can be plugged in thru the AUX input jack on the back of the SpeckTone Retro You can even play non-dock compatible digital media players using the mini input plug connector. So enjoy listening to your iPod music at home. The Specktone Retro delivers dynamic, rich sound with uncompromising quality. Backlit 'green glow' volume knob - The green light indicates that the power switch on the back of the SpeckTone Retro is in the ON position iPod charges while in dock - Retro's power switch must be in the ON position for the iPod to receive a charge Speck's SKINTIGHT cases (included- for nano & 5th gen video iPods) allow you to use the SpeckTone Retro without removing the case. For 5th gen iPods- flip back the bottom flap and dock your iPod. For iPod nano- just plug the nano with case into the dock connector Speck 90-Day Warranty
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Although it still looks great, it started shorting out within the first year. At first I thought that it was only the part where the iPod and dock connect, but after a while the light on the front started blinking randomly and I realized that it was more serious. And once it begins blinking like that with the sound cutting in and out, you no longer have control to turn it off, so you need to yank the cord from the wall. There's just something overall wrong with the technology itself... this thing is a hopeless mess.
BUT, it's still sitting in our living room and still looks amazing. Too bad it doesn't work.