Best iPod docks

Give your Apple smartphone or PMP the perfect audio home

Looking for an iPod dock packing a DAB radio, or an extra pair of speakers? Here's T3's pick of the best place to liberate your iTunes

1. Philips Fidelio DS9000

£400. www.philips.co.uk

Performance: With two watt 50-watt speakers producing sumptuous sonic detail and warm bass the Fidelio makes the most of your tunes, while the Fidelio+ app lets you tweak the output from your iPhone/iPod. It's quite stylish too

Love: Audiophile sound quality, stunning design and its own iPhone app
Hate: Limited connectivity

MORE Philips Fidelio DS9000 review

2. Philips Fidelio DS9010

£354, www.philips.co.uk

Performance: The Fidelio's curved design helps to produce a natural sound with plenty of sonic detail and warm bass. The Fidelio+ app adds extra control.

Love: Excellent sound quality from the two powerful 50W speakers

Hate: Limited additional connectivity

T3 Star rating: 4 out of 5

3. Arcam rCube

£500, www.arcam.co.uk

Performance: The rCube’s two fullrange speakers fi re out 90W of audio with refined power. An optional wireless dongle costs £70 and lets you stream.
Love: Superb, hi-fi quality sound. Eight hour battery life. Wireless streaming
Hate: Expensive. Streaming costs extra

MORE Arcam rCube review

4. Geneva Sound S

£300, www.genevalab.com
Performance: TThe little man of the Geneva Sound range still delivers the trademark heavy bass and works well at top volume. Includes an FM tuner, too.
Love: World-class Swiss design. Meaty bass and excellent audio projection
Hate: Not a lot of connectivity

MORE Geneva Sound S review

5. B&W Zeppelin Air
£499, www.bowers-wilkins.co.uk
Performance: The Zeppelin makes a reappearance with the addition of Apple AirPlay streaming. It's a class extra on an already iconic dock.

Love: Beautiful build. Added AirPlay
Hate: Occasional drop-out of AirPlay connection. Overly brash sound. Pricey

T3 Star rating: 4 out of 5