Exquisite design meets sound quality in UltimateAVmag.com reveiw

 

The Zeppelin family received another rave review, this time from UltimateAVmag.com.

The review focuses on the  stunning sound quality that separates the Zeppelin from other iPod speakers:

“Audiophiles often scoff at the iPod’s highly compressed music files, but the Zeppelin is packed with technology that wrings the most from such limited resources.”

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