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Featuring four discretely voiced power drives, one for each speaker, making it a truly bi-amplified stereo configuration.

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Pros

full function remote

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iPhone compatible

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bi-amplification

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100 Watts

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Cons

100 Watts... yet not as powerful as a Bose (it doesn't fill the room as much)

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I think for the money, it sounds awesome!

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The iHome iP1 is an iPod/iPhone compatible speaker system that sports two 4” subwoofers and two 1” tweeters powered by a 100 Watt class D amplifier, featuring four discretely voiced power drives, one for each speaker, making it a truly bi-amplified stereo configuration. iHome's new flagship audio product, the iP1 maintains a “striking industrial design with two over-sized cylindrical woofer chambers poking through a sleek, smoked-acrylic faceplate that also houses a pair of high frequency drivers (tweeters).” In addition, the iP1 sports an iPod/iPhone combo dock that protrudes from the front of the acrylic panel, not to mention an auxiliary input port, an A/V output port, and a remote control for easy control of the unit. The iHome iP1 also packs in a digital signal processor running the BonGiovi Digital Power Station which is cited as “providing the iP1 with serious sound in a compact package.” The iHome iP1 is slated to be released Summer 2009 for an estimated $249 to $299.

Features
  • iPod/iPhone Compatible Speaker System
  • Two 4” Subwoofers
  • Two 1” Tweeters
  • 100 Watts Total RMS power, 2+2 Bi-amplified Stereo, Class D Amplifier
  • Aux Input
  • A/V Output
  • Remote Control
  • BonGiovi Digital Power Station
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