Zeppelin Mini iPod Dock

  • Photo Courtesy of B&W
    Photo Courtesy of B&W
  • Photo Courtesy of B&W
    Photo Courtesy of B&W
  • Photo Courtesy of B&W
    Photo Courtesy of B&W
  • Photo Courtesy of B&W
  • Photo Courtesy of B&W
  • Photo Courtesy of B&W

    Bower & Wilkins wowed the world of iPod docks in 2007, when the English manufacturer released its Zeppelin speaker. Boasting near-equivalent audio oomph, the Zeppelin Mini, which became available in late 2009, provides potent audio reproduction in a sleek, compact design. The Mini is 1 foot wide and just 4 inches deep, though B&W developed the Mini with the same acoustic-engineering concepts that the company applies to its much larger industry-leading studio monitor speakers. The Mini is the ideal dock for any small room in the house and is compatible with all new-generation iPods and iPhones.

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