PC Advisor selects and reviews the best five iPod and iPhone speaker docks in the UK right now. Updated 30th August, 2012.
1. Arcam rCube
- Reviewed on: 10 October 2011
The Arcam rCube matches a minimalist design aesthetic that Apple would be proud of, with sensational audio performance and smart wireless functionality. With a recent price drop it really does earn its five-star reviews.
Read our Arcam rCube review.
- Reviewed on: 28 October 2011
The Philips Fidelio DS9 is a very likable iPod and iPad speaker dock that offers exceptionally good audio output and is very keenly priced. It doesn't support Apple AirPlay music streaming, but you can play streamed music from services such as Napster as well as internet radio stations.
Read our Philips Fidelio DS9/10 review.
- Reviewed on: 20 July 2012
This Lenco IPD-900 is an one box CD player, FM radio and iPod dock from the Swiss audio specialists. It offers good sound, impressive 65W output and an attractive aluminium finish.
Read our Lenco IPD-9000 review.
- Reviewed on: 7 April 2011
Pioneer's XW-NAC3 mini hi-fi is full of innovative features. Even if you're not using the dual-iPod shuffle feature, the second dock might be useful for charging your iPhone while listening to music on an iPod. Internet radio is also available (although there's no wireless networking support) and Bluetooth streaming works well. We think that given the range of features on offer the Pioneer XW-NAC3 is worth its asking price.
Read our Pioneer XW-NAC3 review.