On the shop shelves just in time for Christmas, Philips has announced the launch of a series of new docking stations designed for iPods and other portable multimedia devices.
Playback options include USB direct playback for WMA and MP3, support for a wide range of iPods, an Aux-in connection for other portable music players, and FM digital tuning with presets.
Users can play back from sources including CDs, CD-Rs and CD-RWs. The DC1010 runs off both AC and battery power.
The DC1010 Sound Machine ($109.95) is a portable dock that includes an LCD display, AM/FM tuner, Dynamic Bass Boost.
The DC570 ($349.95) is a speaker tower design standing just over a meter tall. It boasts 100 RMS sound output via a 2.1 speaker system with a built-in subwoofer.
An LCD is conveniently located in the top corner of the unit, and it also includes Dynamic Bass Boost and 2x2W RMS total power.
The DC910 boasts 30W RMS power output and also features dual wOOx loudspeakers for extra bass. Music can be played via USB direct playback or SD/MMC card slots, while an FM radio includes 20 station presets.
Finally, the DC185 ($149.95) is another portable system.
The DC570 also includes Digital Sound Control and Dynamic Bass Boost. An FM radio with 40 preset stations rounds out the package.
On the shop shelves just in time for Christmas, Philips has announced the launch of a series of new docking stations designed for iPods and other portable multimedia devices. The new docking systems come in a range of different styles and sizes to suit individual needs and tastes.Dedicated entertainment systems include the DC910 and DC570, while the DC1010 Sound Machine and DC185 are more compact and simpler alternatives.The DC910 ($249.95) is a slimline iPod docking system that featuring a horizontal design. It includes a table stand and offers wall-mounting options. In addition, users can rotate their iPod to both portrait and landscape positions while docked.
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