UK Company Struts Its iStuff
Picking up exactly where the iPod HiFi left off, the Domino 2.1 pairs the portable with an extremely familiar form factor.
Plug plenty into the Domino via an S–video output, USB sync connector, an auxiliary stereo input and a main RCA stereo input.
October 11, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

Whoa—Domino. If you’ve longed for the days of the iPod HiFi, you can douse that eternal flame with the iStuff Domino 2.1.

Offering the already crowded iPod speaker market another selection to think about, iStuff is throwing in 30 watts of sound, a 2-inch wide–range driver and a 3-inch magnetically shielded fiberglass cone subwoofer. Other features include an S-Video connector for viewing iPod photos or video on a TV.

Engadget first spotted the obvious similarities to the Apple unit. If you missed the window on buying one of those defunct units (and it wasn’t on purpose), here’s your second chance. 

The unit also has plenty o’ iPod dock adapters. Before you flip for the international shipping, make sure yours is a match on iStuff’s website.






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