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  • Perverse

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    • Jesus Jones
    • When you think of Jesus Jones, chances are you can't remember them at all, or you vaguely remember "Right Here, Right Now" because it has been use

  • Wolfmother

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    • Black Sabbath, The White Stripes, The Stooges. There aren't many bands worth their salt that want to be compared to other bands, but when I listen to Wolfmother's self-titled American debut, I can

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    • Led Zeppelin
    • This album bears every flavor of genius from the five records that came before. It is, I believe, the band's finest. With Physical Graffiti, Zep came raging back to their musical home territory -- har
  • So Jealous

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iHome Introduces iP1 iPod/iPhone Docking & Speakers

iHome announced Tuesday the release of the iP1 iPod and iPhone dock and speaker solution. The iP1 includes Bongiovi Acoustics' Digital Power Station (DPS) technology, a processor that scans your music and boosts "deficient" frequencies in real-time.

The iP1 outputs 100 watts of sound through two 4" woofers and a 1" silk dome tweeter. It comes with a remote and has component video outputs.

The company offers a demo on the iP1 Web site that shows what Bongiovi Acoustics' Digital Power Station is doing to your music. The demo shows both the wave forms, so you can see the difference, and simulates the difference in sound, though this will be relative, depending on the speakers you are using to listen to the demo.

iP1 is priced at US$299, and is available now.

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iP1 from iHome

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Tiger said:

Eerily looks like Number 5 is alive!

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Paul Dost said:

looks like Number 5 is alive!

Great! Now I can’t get that image out of my head. Need more input!

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