Each household has more or less at least one iPod, and many homes have two or more – one for each occupant. Well, this is where the new shelf systems from JVC – the JVC NX-D2 and JVC UX-F3 come in, where both of them are able to hold a couple of the portable media players simultaneously. The former features a powerful 230-watt system with three-way speaker design, juicing up the two iPods side-by-side at the same time while letting you playback your tunes from each via the dock’s speaker system. As for the JVC UX-F3, this model pumps out 60 watts of juice and is paired with two-way speakers, offering video output that lets you hook up whatever video content you have on your iPod to your TV – no high definition support here though. Other standard features for both shelf systems include USB support, a CD player just in case you want to get retro with your collection and an integrated AM/FM tuner. You can pick up the JVC UX-F3 and JVC NX-D2 for $199.95 (May) and $399.95 (January), respectively.
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