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August 25, 2008

Lego iPod Speaker

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iBlock iPod Speaker

Styled to look like toy building blocks, these fully iPod-compatible stereo speakers are a great way to share music with your friends or listen without headphones.

Featuring a docking connector that's fully compatible with the iPod Classic, Nano, Mini and Touch, they're small enough to fit in your pocket or bag with your iPod.

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Taking their power from the iPod, these speakers don't require batteries or an external power supply.

And despite their small size, they punch above their weight in the volume stakes with a bright, clear response.

A special "Active Bass System" that boosts the bass also means that they don't sound tinny, which can be a problem with some mini-speakers.

A clever feature is that the volume controls are cunningly disguised as part of the building block design on the front of the speaker.

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Features:

• The novelty toy building brick aspect is sure to appeal to anyone with fond memories of playing with construction sets as a kid

• Volume adjustment built into the building block design on the front of the speaker

• Fully compatible with the iPod Classic, Nano, Mini and Touch

• Dimensions: 1" x 1" x 2.5"
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Black, Red, White, Yellow, Blue or Green.

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$19.99.

August 25, 2008 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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