The concept of multi-function wall fixtures born several years ago and part of the current home automation converges in these wall panels with integrated keys, displays, components to be extracted.
But could the people of the iPod remain for a long time without a "domotic" connection between the music player of Apple and the home audio system?
It has filled the need for a "wall" dock for the iPod, Sonance, a Californian company distributed in Italy by Definitive Audio.
IPort is the recessed panel specifically designed for iPod (all models) that connects to the audio speakers, even non-Sonance brand, placed in the walls of the various rooms in the house (multi-room sound system) and that spread the same music of Apple's music player while walking in your own home.
The iPod in use in the iPod while recharging the battery can be operated with a remote control.
The Sonance wall mounting system is called RotoLock
In the United States the complete iPort kit costs 600 dollars, we are waiting for euro updates from the Italian distributor.