Teac introduces two NXT-enabled CD systems with iPod dock

Home audio

Teac has unveiled two attractive ultra-thin hi-fi systems – the CD-X10i and MC-DX22i – each featuring an iPod dock and each using NXT’s SurfaceSound technology to deliver a room-filling sound.

The CD-X10i features a detachable iPod dock, while the MC-DX22i has an integrated iPod dock – the docks are designed for use with all the latest iPod models, including the iPod nano and the video iPod. NXT’s SurfaceSound technology, operating through two wall-mountable flat panel stereo speakers, is claimed to deliver the full audio performance of a conventional loudspeaker – but without the bulk.

The head unit features a motorised vertical CD loading door, a multi-function LCD display with backlight and a digital clock with timer and sleep functions. There’s also a remote for the system and the iPod functionality. Both systems are also equipped with a stereo mini jack to input music from other digital players and feature CD-MP3/CD-R/RW playback and an AM/FM tuner with preset memory. There’s also a digital clock with timer and sleep functions. 

Both systems are available later this month in the US. We’re still awaiting price and availability for the UK.

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Dave Walker
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One thought on “Teac introduces two NXT-enabled CD systems with iPod dock

  • I bought the TEAC CD-X10i a few weeks back and noticed that the volume control on the remote and the base unit stops functioning after you have played a song on a CD that is more than 4 minutes long. Isn’t that weird? Are you wondering that I have lost my mind? I took the unit back and got another one. Same problem. This volume control stops responding only if the song is longer than 4 minutes. After the volume stopped responding during CD playback, I switched to the tuner and there was no audio until I powered the unit off and turned it back on.

    Please try adjusting the volume after a single song has played for over 4 minutes and let me know I am not alone.

    This unit is going back to the store again.

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