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Klipsch Igroove Sxt iPod Speaker System

by Paul Strauss
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Audio equipment maker Klipsch today revealed their new iPod speaker dock system, the iGroove SXT.

Klipsch iGroove SXT iPod Speaker System

The compact bookshelf system features Klipsch’s exclusive horn driver technology for high and mid-frequencies, and then a pair of 2.5-inch ported subwoofers for solid bass reproduction. The dock can handle any iPod with a 30-pin connector, and will charge the player while docked. An infrared remote lets you control the iPod and volume level from across the room. It’s also got an integrated S-Video output for displaying clips from video-capable iPods on your television.

Unlike the myriad over-the-top iPod docks out there, the iGroove system features a clean, sophisticated design that will integrate into just about any setting. It’s even designed to be wall-mounted with an optional bracket.

The iGroove SXT is expected to be released in early May and retail for $169.99.

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