Cambridge Soundworks i765
by Mark R
The popularity of the iPod naturally gave birth to the popularity of the iPod docking station. One of best that I saw at CES this year was the SoundWorks i765. The i765 is made by Cambridge, which is a company related to Creative, makers of the popular Zen PMP.
As an iPod dock and speaker, it definitely does its job with a built-in powered subwoofer that is “capable of filing any size room with rich, natural sound”. And even though I’m quoting from the press kit, I had an opportunity to verify this claim for myself. It’s true.
However, quality sound is only one of the i765’s amazing features. The user has the option to connect the i765 to a television using S-video. I was able to try it out, and it played a movie that I had on my iPod like it was a DVD.
By the way, the i765 can play DVDs, as well as CDs. It also has an AM/FM tuner with 16 FM and 8 AM presets. All of these audio and video functions can be controlled with the included wireless remote that can control the iPod as well.
You can purchase the SoundWorks Radio i765 for about $499.99 at the Cambridge SoundWorks site or at select Apple Retail Stores.