Sharp has joined the iPod speaker fun with the DK-AP8P and the DK-AP7P, where the former is arguably the stronger of the two, featuring a special front face plate design that also functions as its control panel. The magnetic cover can be removed from the system to turn into an impromptu remote control. Shared features among the two include 2.1 sound with built-in subwoofers, compatibility with a wide range of new iPods and iPhones while doubling up as a charger when either device is docked. Battery life stands at approximately six hours, and you can always plug in a headphones of your choice if you want to take things a little bit more private. The Sharp DK-AP8P and DK-AP7P will come in a glossy black finish and hit the market sometime later this September for $190 and $130, respectively.