The Jamo i300, a stand-alone powered subwoofer/ satellite speaker system that turns your iPod into the heart of a full-fledged home entertainment system, offering full-strength hi-fi quality performance. Comprising an iPod control dock, a powerful active subwoofer plus two compact satellite loudspeakers this attractively-styled package comes with a long range radio frequency remote control? so you can control the system, your iPod (and your tunes) from another room. But this 2.1-channel system?s versatility extends far beyond filling your room with tunes stored on your iPod. The control dock (which charges your iPod too) is also fitted with an extra auxiliary input on its rear panel so that you can hook up your computer, portable DVD player or games console to the system. Still got another source that you want to hook up? No problem – there?s yet another input on the subwoofer itself. Setting up the system is simplicity itself. A new Universal iPod ?well? means that we can guarantee that you?ll be able to use any dock-able iPod (non – dockable 1st/2nd generation iPods can be hooked up via the auxiliary input).How can we guarantee hi-fi quality sound? Using solidly constructed 2-way satellites helps. The speakers supplied with this system are magnetically-shielded boxes – finished in high gloss white – that can be wall or table-top mounted. These little marvels feature a precision-engineered 76mm/3in co-axial driver that delivers truly pin-point sonic imaging. What?s more, the subwoofer has a 150 Watt high efficiency Class D digital amplifier powering an 6.5in bass driver and 2 x 75 Watt for the A 102?s, all housed in a solid but very compact reflex-ported enclosure. The class D digital amplifier was chosen because it is much more efficient than conventional amplifiers – it simply produces more sound and less heat. And with lower power consumption the need for cooling is significantly reduced which again reduces the size of the heat sinks.