There's a lot to like about this new AirPlay speaker dock, not least that it's made by Denon. There are also some things about it that are bloody irritating.
Styled after a classic Philips radio from 1955, the Philips Original Radio strikes a deliciously retro pose with its heavy duty Bakelite-ish casing, chrome knobs and brushed metal trim.
The Sonoro troy, as its name implies, is hollow. Pull the top panel off and you'll find a small cubby hole offering two USB ports (one higher powered, for tablets) and a 3.5mm jack.
While the Contour 200i Air is ostensibly the big brother of the Contour 100Di, there's not quite as much family resemblance as you might expect.
Sony has a hit on its hands. It might cost £370, but what you get for that money is a brilliant sounding iOS dock that ticks pretty much every connectivity box you could ever need.
It's obvious right from the start that the Audyssey Audio Dock (South of Market Edition) is no ordinary speaker dock.
On paper this iPod/iPhone speaker dock from Magicbox sounds like an absolute steal. Priced at just £180 it boasts a DAB, DAB+ and FM radio tuner, built-in Wi-Fi and an Ethernet port.
Priced impressively at £229 and packed with features that would make more expensive iPod docks blush, the TEAC NS-X1 looks like a fantastic deal on paper.
Pure is a British brand that has built a tremendous reputation for solid, well-engineered DAB radios and iPhone docks. We decided to test out the new Contour 100Di for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.