It’s a purpose-built home system, built around the iPod rather than created separately from it. The EZY-8 has 2x80w output, a CD player, AM/FM RDS tuner, docking for your iPod, USB connectivity, memory card slots and a remote control.
But above all, it promises audiophile-grade output from the high-end French manufacturer way above your average cheap and cheerful speaker system. That does come at a price though – around £700.
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