Macworld: "The Eos has two components. The first component is the base station. It looks a lot like many iPod speaker stands, with an iPod dock between a pair of tweeters and a downward-firing subwoofer underneath. The controls on the base station are sparse; there are volume controls, a mute button for the base station speakers, a button for turning on/off the wireless connection to the speakers, and a source button that you use if you have another audio device connected to the base station's rear auxiliary port. It would be nice if bass and treble controls were available, though you can use the iPod's limited sound controls. The base station doesn't have video out for older iPods, nor does it have a way to connect to your computer for syncing your iPod."