JVC has announced a range of audio devices that will support both Apple's iPod and XM Satellite's radio service at CES 2007 in Las Vegas.

Four new audio products include the UX-EP300, a 2.1-channel DVD theater system featuring 3D Phonic Front Sound technology; the UX-EP100, an ultra-compact two-channel desktop music system with CD/MP3/WMA playback.

The MX-KC58, a 400-watt mini system that is XM-ready; and the RD-HA3, a boombox that features side-firing subwoofers and XM Satellite Radio readiness.

JVC also used the show to announce that it is launching its HA-FX33 Marshmallow headphones in a range of five colours – white, black, blue, green or pink. A tangle-resistant 3.9-foot cord comes as standard and an extra pair of earpieces is included with every set. The HA-FX33 Marshmallow headphones are available immediately at a suggested retail price of $19.95.

No price as yet or whether the systems will be coming to the UK.