AD88 Music System

    Robb Report readers will recall Meridian’s F80 music system from our 2008 Best of the Best issue. While the AD88 contains all of the same electrical systems as the F80 and thus produces equally potent audio, the exterior styling of the AD88 was developed in conjunction with British luxury goods dealer Alfred Dunhill, as opposed to the Ferarri-conceived design of the F80. The AD88 serves as a CD player, radio, DVD player, and iPod dock (when paired with the i88 docking station), making this 80-watt performer a compact solution for the home or office.

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