Radio Online reported yesterday that the Polk Audio I-Sonic ES 2 with iTunes tagging is now available at most Apple stores, online and in June, BestBuy stores.

The post also reported that receivers with iTunes tagging are expected soon from Alpine, JBL and Sony.

The receiver can be purchased through the Polk Audio web site for $499. It has an integrated iPod dock and what Polk calls “four specially-designed fullrange speakers … Through the magic of Digital Signal Processing, Polk engineers create full stereo all the way around the system.”

Sounds like a lot of money for a desktop receiver but I guess that if you have the bucks and you listen to the radio at home a lot, it would be OK.

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