The JVC NX-D2 is a 230-watt system that has a three-way speaker design and the ability to charge and play your two iPods simultaneously. It's also got a USB Host, AM/FM tuner and CD player, the last of which seems particularly redundant. Its wimpier 60-watt cousin, the UX-F3, has a pair of two-way speakers and is other wise similar to the NX-D2. The former will be available this month for about $US400, while the latter hits stores in May for about $US200. That is, unless you find a double coupon. [Far East Gizmos via Uber Gizmo]
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