Zeppelin Mini comes out top in What Hi-Fi ipod dock group test

Zeppelin Mini comes out top in What Hi-Fi ipod dock group test

In September’s edition of What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision the Zeppelin Mini iPod speaker system comes out top in a four way test beating highly-rated competition from Bose, Creative and GenevaSound.

The reviewers credit the Zeppelin Mini with “greater details and dynamics” than its closest rival. They also note that “refinement is high on the agenda, but this dock also has enough punch to make it the life and soul of the party”, concluding that it is able to “pick up details that aren’t acknowledged by lesser systems.”

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