Klipsch iGroove SXT Video
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Klipsch iGroove SXT Review
The good: Compact iPod speaker; attractive design; good sound; relatively affordable; S-Video output for older video-enabled iPods.
The bad: No radio, clock, or alarm; video output not compatible with iPhone and current generation of video iPods; remote has limited functionality.
The bottom line: Klipsch's entry-level iGroove SXT iPod speaker system may be short on features, but it delivers a big, muscular sound considering its compact size.
Klipsch iGroove SXT Specs
Part number: 1007267
- Product Specifications