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Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Phillips announces Seven New iPod Docks


Phillips enters this crowded market in a big way

The market, bone dry for iPod docks, today gets crowded: Philips has introduced not one, not two, but seven new iPod docks for your listening pleasure (at least in the UK). The models are quite varied, and run the gamut from simple alarm-clock dock with remote, to full on mini-systems with features like "Dynamic Bass Boost", detachable speakers, and USB connectivity. Here's a detailed breakdown of the models:

AJ300D - Alarm clock with remote, dual wake-up alarm, built-in radio tuner, five speakers (using Philips' wOOx technology), 69.99

AZ1330D - "Boom box" style dock, CD player, digital tuner with presets, remote control, 2x4W RMS sound output with Dynamic Bass Boost, 99.99

MCM138D - Mini stereo system, separate cradle, CD player, radio tuner, LCD panel, 2x2W RMS amplifier with Dynamic Bass Boost, two separate bass-reflex 3.5-inch driven speakers, 89.99

MCM398D - Mini stereo system, separate cradle, CD player, radio tuner, LCD panel, 2x50W RMS performance via two-way bass reflex speakers with 4-inch woofer and Piezo tweeters, 139.99

DC199 - Mini stereo system, built-in dock, digital radio tuner, built-in subwoofer with 4-inch driver, seperate speakers featuring metal drivers and neodynium magnets, 139.99

DCM230 (pictured) - Mini stereo / "Boom box", built-in dock, USB Direct (allows any DAP to be connected via USB), CD player, two speakers delivering 15W of power each, 199.99

DC1000 - Separate dock with remote, free when purchased with the WAC7000 WiFi audio system


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