iHome Gets The HiFi Treatment, Loses The Shell

iHome Gets The HiFi Treatment, Loses The Shell

Anthony Nguyen
May 8, 2009

In the good spirit of consumer products embracing the high-end audio world, we now have an iHome that's catered distinctly towards audiophiles and industrial design lovers alike. The iHome iP1 is purposely tinted in a vintage-like "smoke" acrylic, giving you a wonder machine that strikes a perfect balance between aesthetics and HiFi practicality. More juicy details below the jump.

The new iHome iP1 features a "100 watt class D biamplified architecture with Bongiovi sound processing through twin 4-inch woofers and matched 1-inch dome tweeters." You also get GSM shielding for iPhone use and video-out for outputting to a TV screen. What's lacking, however, are the radio and alarm features found on most iHome units.

We're expected to see the Studio Series iP1 will go on sale in July for $300.

(Via Crave)

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