iSymphony micro music system with iPod dock
I’m not sure if I’m taken by home stereo systems which hold your iPod aloft, but they’re appearing in growing numbers, so maybe I’m in minority. The latest is iSymphony – which looks very much like a home micro system – except for that iPod growth on top.
Indeed, it does everything you’d expect of a home stereo system, with 50 watts output power, front loading CD player with CD/CD-R/RW compatibility, MP3 and Windows Media (WMA) playback, AM and FM radio with 40 station memory, equaliser and full remote control. And in addition, there’s built-in Universal Dock for iPod, with charging whilst docked, USB connectivity for playback from USB devices, SD and MMC card slots and a clock radio, which can be set to play your favourite iPod-based tune in the morning.
Probably not the best-looking system around, but certainly worth a look for the functionality. It’s available from October, price to be confirmed.
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Saw your bit on the iSymphony M2, it’s out now and here’s where you can get it:
just click on the link or paste into your browser, thanks.