Apple-certifed, the Bayan 7 will charge and play iPods/iPhones from two docks, and has a 3.5mm line input and USB connection for connecting other sources, such as an iPad.
Delivering 120-watts of power and sporting an 8in bass driver, the Bayan 7 is built with a 12mm thick solid wood casing.
A fully-functioning remote control is included, too, and the £300 Bayan 7 – due on sale later this week – is available in black or white.
It’s accompanied by there other dock systems, from the smallest Bayan 1, to the Bayan 3 and Bayan 5.
The Bayan 5 retains dual docks, boast 60-watts of power and is again a 2.1 system. Out now it costs £180 in black or white.
The Bayan 3 at £100, and Bayan 1 at £80, are more compact, with 5 and 4in bass drivers respectively, alongside a 2in tweeter.
Both are ‘made for iPod/iPhone’ and retain the USB input and 3.5mm connection for connecting an iPad or other audio device, with the Bayan 3 offering a little more power.