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XtremeMac unveils Tango sound system for iPod

imageXtremeMac today introduced its Tango speaker system for the iPod. The 2.1 system works with any dockable iPod and offers audio/video output for integrating the iPod into a home entertainment system. The unit also comes with a wireless infrared remote and charges the iPod while docked. Tango retails for $200 and is expected to ship by the end of March.

“Tango was designed specifically for the iPod, and though elegant in its simplicity and smaller than most audio components, it is a full-featured 2.1 speaker system,” says the company. “Tango’s trio of powerful speakers, including a downward-firing subwoofer, provide deep powerful bass and crisp, clear vocals. A sound stabilizer provides grip on most surfaces so that bass vibrations do not cause the unit to shift.”

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