UK's high-end audio manufacturer Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) introduces a new iPod speaker with an attractive design.
The B&W Zeppelin is one-piece amplified speaker system and docking station for the Apple iPod.
Inside the Zeppelin 2 tweeter, 2 mid-range speakers and a 5 inch subwoofer are responsible for the B&W sound experience.Three channels of amplification, each incorporating proprietary DSP (digital signal processing) tailored to fine-tune response of the five drivers, deliver real high-fidelity power: 50 watts for the woofer and 25 watts for each two-way mid/high-frequency section. The result: deep, loud, startlingly dynamic sound reproduction - reflecting its serious high-end audio credentials.
Zeppelin comes complete with a pebble-like, mini remote handset to provide even more convenient control of volume, source select and mute, working seamlessly with the iPod to command its play/pause and track-selection functions.
The B&W Zeppelin will be available from September 2007 at the Apple store for $599.
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