PREVIEW: Hands-On with the iTeufel Radio iPod dock


It is smooth, retro and powder-pink and out in time for Christmas. Teufel are small Berlin-based audio-makers and this is their only entry in the personal radio cum iPod dock market.

Though it still has the same retro look, it’s an update on the iTeufel Radio from last year with the audio stuff inside retooled and the option to adjust the bass sound with a dial control on the back.

The iTeufel packs quite a sonic punch with 50 watt system (10 watts in each of the stereo speakers and 30 in the base-mounted subwoofer) and has sockets for AUX, line in and headphone in addition to the iPhone dock, which sits on top. There’s a remote control too which gives full control to your iPod’s catalogue menus, whilst a small display shows FM tuning, track number and volume control.

When we had a look at it in the office we were impressed by the compact good looks of the device, and by the sheer power of audio that it could kick out.

It’ll come in four colours too, which are black, white, pink and dark wood. You can view the Teufel store by clicking here.

iTeufel Radio and iPod Dock will be priced between £160 and £180 from the Teufel site

Anna Leach