Using several interchangeable adapters, we easily switched out different iPod versions. Unfortunately, the i-Fusion does not accommodate the latest video iPod, but you can easily plug any outside audio source into the external stereo connector via the included cable. There's even a 30-pin connector input on the back of the iFusion so that you can transfer music to your iPod while it's docked in the speaker set. The stereo speakers are powered by an internal lithium-ion rechargeable battery that automatically goes into standby mode if the iPod is not in use. The only accessory missing is an included remote control. If not for this deficiency, we would most certainly give it an Editors' Choice. However, several wireless remote controls, such as the Griffin AirClick, will do the job.
We were very impressed by the overall sound quality of the speakers. After testing the unit with several different genres and a multitude of bass and treble ranges, we were hard-pressed to find a song that the i-Fusion couldn't handle. Even at the highest volume, which was more than loud enough to keep our mini dance party going well into the night, tunes did not distort.
The i-Fusion's ease of use, ultraportability, and exceptional audio quality make it one of our favorite portable audio systems. For one of our other faves, check out the Logitech mm50.