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The i-F2 was an audio peripheral manufactured by Sonic Impact Technologies for iPods with 30-pin dock connectors.[1]


The i-F2 portable speaker dock was introduced in 2006 as the 2nd-generation successor to the Sonic Impact i-F1. Audio quality was slightly improved.[2] An infrared remote was included, and the AC power adapter was updated to include three different plugs for international travelers.[1] It could charge an iPod while also being connected to a computer. Its 3.5 mm input jack allows for support of devices without a 30-pin dock connector. The speaker contains a rechargeable lithium ion battery for portable use and can be closed within a durable hard case for transport.[3] It was available in matte graphite, or black with chrome accents.[4][5][6]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Sonic Impact i-F2 by Dan Frakes, Macworld. 2007-08-08.
  2. Review-C: Sonic Impact i-F2 Portable Speakers with Enhanced Audio and Remote by Jeremy Horwitz, iLounge. 2006-11-15. Archived 2008-03-05.
  3. i-Fusion Portable Speakers for iPod, Sonic Impact Technologies. Archived 2006-06-25.
  4. Sonic Impact i-F2 5044 Portable Speaker System for iPod, Graphite by Sonic Impact, Amazon. 2008-05-05.
  5. Sonic Impact i-F2 Portable iPod Speakers - Graphite, B & H Foto & Electronics. Accessed 2021-07-17.
  6. Sonic Impact i-F2 Portable Speakers for iPod - Black, B & H Foto & Electronics. Accessed 2021-07-17.

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