Griffin Technology, maker of all things iPod, today announced their 2007 lineup to debut at next week's MacWorld Conference & Expo.

A new line of speakers highlight the many new products being shown on the show floor.

Amplifi is a high-tech contemporary-styled 2.1 sound system, which offers two front-firing 2-3/4" neodymium drivers and a 5" downward-firing woofer, boosted by Power Drive Technology.

Journi, Griffin's personal mobile speaker system, is a bag that turns into a speaker system to protect your iPod when you're on the go, then flips open to create its own sturdy stand.

Features include an internal Lithium-Ion batteries that offers 8-10 hours of play on a single charge and SRS Labs' SRS WOW sound support.

In addition to speakers, Griffin is introducing numerous add-ons for the iPod including docking stations, cases and battery chargers.

The Griffin AirDock lets you play iTunes on your stereo, watch iPod photos and videos on your TV. The included RF remote allows you to control it all from up to 60 feet away.

Meanwhile those looking to protect the fragile MP3 player may want to opt for the Griffin Reflect cases for iPod nano and full-size iPod. The polycarbonate hard shells present a mirrored-chrome reflective face until you wake up your iPod, and the bright, clear iPod screen shows up as if by magic while the matte black rubberised case back gives you a sure grip.

If that wasn't enough you can opt for the iClear Custom case that takes the company's iClear iPod shells and allows you slide in your own photography for that personalised touch.