CES 2006: Taking `iPod Docking' to a new level
By Mike Hanlon
January 6, 2006
January 7, 2006 A visitor from Mars strolling the halls of the CES might be excused for thinking that the Apple iPod represents a far greater proportion of the consumer electronics industry than it really does. It is just an MP3 player, yet it seems that every manufacturer in the game has hedged a bet by having some form of relationship with the iconic iPod. No doubt when we’ve marshaled the Gizmag troops on the CES show floor, we’ll offer a far more comprehensive and strategic overview of iPod-related offerings, but we thought D2Audio's take was worth a mention.
D2Audio's new family of Geneva Sound Systems are a single cabinet unit which incorporates multiple speakers internally to deliver an incredibly broad audio sweet spot for iPod music players, as well as CDs and radio. Powerful enough for a house party with its full 600 watts of stereo, it has an iPod dock, built-in slot-loading CD, FM radio and supports multiple audio sources.