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Spotlight Review: Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air Wireless AirPlay Speaker Dock

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The Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air Wireless AirPlay Speaker Dock is an interesting-looking speaker setup for your iPod, iPhone, or other device, including wirelessly via Airplay. It is made for audiophiles, the sound quality is amazing. And it should be, for the price. Takes just a few minutes to set it up, then it’s ready to fill your room with amazing sound from your Mac, PC, iPod, iPad, iPhone or other similar devices. There’s a dock for iPods/iPhones, and USB input for playing music through your computer.


  • AirPlay compatibility – Zeppelin Air AirPlay works with, iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch, (4th, 3rd and 2nd generations) with iOS 4.2 and iTunes 10.1 (Mac or PC) or later.
  • USB connectivity – There’s no need to undock your iPod or iPhone if you want to sync it with iTunes or add more playlists – you can do it all through Zeppelin Air. Simply connect the speaker to your computer by USB and your iPod will be linked directly to iTunes. Syncing contacts, apps, bookmarks, calendars and playlists couldn’t be easier.
  • Connectivity – A USB input allows you to stream music directly from your Mac/PC, as well as allowing you to synchronize with iTunes. A useful Auxiliary socket provides both optical and analogue input with the relevant cable. Lastly a composite video output allows the playing of video on a docked iPod or iPhone to be sent to a TV or computer monitor.Specifications
  • Description – Speaker system for iPod / iPhone
  • Drive units – 2x 25mm (1.0 in) Nautilus tube aluminum tweeter / 2x 75mm (3.0 in) Midrange / 1x 125mm (5.0 in) Subwoofer
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