Griffin reveals first iPod speaker systems

Griffin reveals first iPod speaker systems 1

Griffin Technology has provided iLounge with exclusive details and pictures of its first iPod speaker systems. As revealed in our 2007 iPod Buyers’ Guide, the two new systems include a portable-sized system called the Voyager, and a larger, 2.1-channel tabletop system called the AmpliFi. Both are planned for release in the first quarter of 2007.

The Voyager ($130) boasts a protective tactile rubber enclosure that also serves as a stand. The portable speaker system also offers a built-in, rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery, wireless remote control, an adjustable iPod dock, auxiliary input, and Dock Connector port.

imageThe AmpliFi ($150) features an acoustically tuned wooden enclosure, two 2.75” speakers for the highs and mids, and a dedicated 5” woofer and port for bass. The system also sports a universal iPod-charging dock, stereo input jack for connecting other devices, and a wireless remote.

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  1. The AmpliFi looks a lot like the Speck Tone Retro only minus the retro case and the addition of a wireless remote.

    Similarities
    -similar overall size
    -volume knob in same location with glowing ring.
    -ipod dock does not use Apple inserts but is sloped and accommodates all sizes.
    -same speaker specks.

  2. I’ll bet a bajillion dollars those knobs are Griffin Powermates. Which reminds me, I have to dig mine out of a drawer. I miss that giant silver knob.

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