JVC unveiled a whole slew of new iPod/iPhone speaker docks at CES this week. We are loving the variety of styles that JVC has been rolling out so far–especially the company’s ode to the great Kaboom Boombox, which is now the JVC “RB-NV50 Kaboom” iPod/iPhone speaker dock system. Although some of their new products are a little pricey, with JVC’s performance standards and all the extra features thrown into these docks, we feel it’s worth the splurge. Check out some of JVC’s recently released iPod/iPhone speaker docks…
JVC’s new NX-D2, a powerful 230-watt system with three-way speaker design, accommodates two iPod players side-by side. The system includes JVC’s Sound Turbo for wall-shaking low frequency performance, USB Host, a CD player and an AM/FM tuner. The NX-D2 is available now for $399.95.
Renowned Kaboom boombox, first launched in 1998, now includes a built-in iPod dock and USB Host. The new JVC RV-NB50 Kaboom features a CD player that can handle MP3 and WMA file playback, and an FM tuner, and is available this month for $299.95.
JVC also revealed two new multifunctional iPod docks–- a one-piece table radio-style entertainment center with CD player and FM tuner and a clock radio that offers the options of AC or battery power. The new JVC RD-N1 CD player/tuner/iPod dock offers a top-mounted iPod dock, CD player and FM tuner, plus a front audio input for connecting other playback devices. The RD-N1 will be available in April for $129.95. The new JVC RA-P1 is a clock radio with a top-mounted iPod dock that is iPhone 3G compatible and that features an FM tuner, dual alarm with snooze, calendar and an audio input for connecting other playback devices. The RA-P1 will be available in March for $59.95. Images for these products haven’t been released yet– but we’ll keep you updated.