Should an iPod dock be considered a standard component for a high-end audio system?

Should an iPod dock be considered a standard component for a high-end audio system?
Yes, and I already have one
14% (35 votes)
Yes, I plan to add one
14% (36 votes)
Yes
15% (37 votes)
No
28% (71 votes)
Double No
30% (75 votes)
Total votes: 254

Now that Krell has <A HREF="http://blog.stereophile.com/he2007/051307ikid/">added one</A> to its product lineup, should an iPod dock be considered a standard component for a high-end audio system?

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Gus Kund's picture

Yea...Right! Krell will make the sound of MP3 Better !!!

Roberto's picture

No, as long as the audio quality is far from acceptable.

Gregg Deering's picture

How many kbps do you listen to? 128? Audiophile depending on the music, maybe? But now we are getting slightly increased "deluxe" downloads, so I presume people will soon be telling us how much better it sounds. So were all the audiophile who downloaded at 128 become somehow non-audiophile? Who is fooling themselves, and will incremental increases just add to the perception of buying into the hype on earlier go-rounds?

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