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Chinon's Legato iPhone dock scores for performance and uniqueness

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Valentine's Day is right around the corner, and if you are looking for something different that lives up to its billing when it comes to performance, you need to head on over to and take a gander at their new Legato iPhone dock.

All you have to do is connect your iPhone to the dock portion of this Victrola-styled speaker and you are ready for hours of listening pleasure.

About now, you are saying to yourself that this looks cool, but how does the music sound?

No worries, it will sound great. The Legato organically boosts the volume of sound emitted by the iPhone's external speaker to a total of 6 decibels. Not only would the Legato be the centerpiece of your next party, but it also would be ideal for background music or listening to talk radio or podcasts in your den or office.

Does it have to do with the fact that the Legato is crafted out of wood?


The wood has particular characters in the mid-low and low regions of the Legato that actually seem to improve the sound quality from your iPhone device. Audiophiles can tell the difference. The other secret is the planned horn path located under the iPhone speaker moves the sound wave to the and out to listeners as superior music. It surprises just about everyone.

The Chinon Legato is the perfect gift for the audiophile or music lover in your life. It comes with an attachable base that will house your iPhone 4, 4s, 5, 5s and 5c. it also allows re-charging of the iPhone while in use. It is available now, and you can have one in time for Valentine's Day for $249 at


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