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It is compatible (play/charge) with classic and nano iPod models AND all iPhone models.

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Pros

compact compared to the original

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USB connection allows you to sync your iPod

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includes remote control

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two 3" drivers and a 5" woofer

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iPod can be flipped into landscape mode while docked

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USB port on the back allows the device to be used as a speaker system for a computer system

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AUX input for use with other MP3 players / audio devices

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more aesthetically pleasing than the original

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bypasses the iPods lower quality analog output through a digital USB connection

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Cons

premium price

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smaller sized drivers could never match a full sized stereo system

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included remote is oddly shaped and cheaper looking next to the Zeppelin Mini itself

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disappointing bass - the bass port is all for show

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no built-in equalizer / adjustable treble or bass controls

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The B&W Zeppelin Mini is a miniature iPod/iPhone docking station released in September 2009 as a compact version of the original Zeppelin (2008). It is compatible (play/charge) with classic and nano iPod models AND all iPhone models. The Mini also plays earlier iPod models, but does not recharge them. Its signature component is its digital signal processing (DSP) technology, which handles digital input from one’s iPod or iPhone directly—therefore resulting in higher quality and more pure sound, especially versus conventional analogue stations. Plus, the unit also hosts a USB connection for pulling audio directly from a PC, as well as syncing one’s iPod or iPhone with iTunes to add more playlists, access applications, or configure calendars. It doesn’t end there though, as the Zeppelin Mini also sports a rear auxiliary port for even hooking up an external CD/DVD or MP3 player. Suffice it to say, the Mini can handle practically any device that plays music or sound.

Features
  • Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
  • Digital Amplifier
  • Switch Mode Power Supply
  • Rotating Arm for Cover Flow Operation
  • Flow Port (Added Bass)
  • USB Streaming from PC/Mac
  • iPod/iTunes Sync
  • Remote Control
Specifications
  • Drive Untis: 2x f75mm (3”)
  • Frequency: -6dB @ 38Hz/20kHz
  • Amplifier Power: 2x18W
  • Power Input: 100V-240V ac 50/60Hz
Inputs
  • 30-pin iPod Connector
  • 3.5mm Mini Jack Analogue
  • USB 2.0 for PC Connection
  • Software Upgrades      
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