5 ALTEC LANSING INMOTION iM7
One of the best all-round dock/speaker systems for the iPod. It’s light and small enough to be truly portable, but it also kicks out enough sound to fill all but the largest of rooms. Oh, and it’s also about 70 quid cheaper than Apple’s bulky iPod Hi-Fi. BUY IT
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4 SHURE E4C SOUND-ISOLATING EARPHONES
The E4Cs may not be cheap (expect to shell out at least £160 for a new pair) but if you want to get the best sound quality from your iPod, they’re worth the extra cash. If you’re not used to wearing in-ear phones, they feel weird at first, but they really do cut out all noise except for the music coming from your iPod. Perfect for joggers, travellers and commuters. BUY IT
3 APPLE iPOD SOCKS
The main problem with iPods is that they scratch easily. There are countless cases on the market to protect your ‘Pod from scratches, bumps and scrapes, but for our money the best solution is Apple’s official iPod Socks. BUY IT
2 NIKE+ iPOD SPORT KIT
Transform your iPod Nano into a personal trainer with this nifty, affordable (£19) kit. This Wi-Fi sensor goes in your trainer and the receiver plugs into your Nano, to give you real-time
feedback during workouts. It also lets you track your performance on your Mac
or PC. BUY IT
1 JBL RADIAL
The Radial is probably the best-looking iPod speaker system around, although the quirky, dome design may not be to everyone’s taste. Luckily, it sounds as good as it looks. Available in black or white. BUY IT
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