Most speaker dock systems for the iPod/iPhone sound ok but tend to be lacking the bass department. And if they come with a subwoofer (which is rare) they usually cost an arm and a leg… not anymore. The Philips DC912 is available here for $79.99. Details of how to get this deal after the break.
The DC912 is $79.99, but you need to pay with PayPal to get that price. For me that’s not an issue: I routinely sell stuff on eBay to fund my PayPal account, which I then use for stuff just like this.
If you don’t have an account, the dock will run you $109.99–still a pretty solid deal considering the list price.
So, what’s the big deal about the DC912? For starters, check the photo: It’s sweet-looking! Love that silvery flat-panel design. You can use the stand or mount the dock on a wall using an included bracket.
Cooler still, it comes with a standalone subwoofer. A wireless subwoofer. Combined with the dock, it churns out a seriously impressive 100 watts of audio power.
The unit also includes a remote, an FM tuner with 20 programmable presets, and an aux jack in case you want to connect a non-iPod player. It can even play MP3s and WMAs stored on USB drives and SD/MMC cards.