The average iPod or iPhone docks take after classic clock radios. They're small, designed to fit on a tabletop, and contain speakers big enough to fill a small bedroom without getting into hi-fi audio territory. Convenience is key: They'll charge your device and also play some music, which is great for anyone who uses an iPhone as an alarm clock.
And then there's the Behringer iNuke Boom, an 8-foot (2.4 meter) wide dock that weighs 700 pounds (318 kilograms). Try fitting that on your nightstand! It's the world's biggest iPod Dock. But why is it so big? Supposedly, to offer concert quality sound in a package that will fit in your home. Well, assuming you can get it in the door.