Polk Audio miDock Studio Video
While its built-in DVD player is going to disappoint videophiles, the Polk Audio I-Sonic sounds impressive for its size and offers a bevy of cool features not found on competing tabletop audio systems.
The Polk Audio SurroundBar 50 is a good option for those looking for high-quality sound in a single speaker.
The Polk Audio I-Sonic ES2 is a HD Radio/iPod dock that sounds great. It has 360 degree audio and integrates with iTunes, but lacks XM support.
The Polk Audio SurroundBar 360 DVD Theater delivers excellent sound from a single speaker bar, with the lack of built-in Blu-ray being the real sticking point.
The Polk Audio SurroundBar SDA IHT sounds better than most sound bars and puts a focus on simplicity, but its feature limitations and lack of a remote make it less appealing against the competition.
At CES 2006, we take a look at Polk Audio's new IP speaker system.
Bose's SoundDock speaker system sounds better--and costs more--than competing iPod speaker systems.
The Bose SoundDock Portable is a really good iPod speaker system, but it should cost less.
The XtremeMac Tango Studio is a pretty decent iPod speaker dock that comes at a low price.
The Mint 220 combines a great-sounding iPod speaker dock with the ability to wirelessly stream audio from any PC or Mac.