Sharp launches DK-A10H and DK-A1H iPod docking stereos

Home audio, MP3 players

More places to park your iPod, this time from Sharp, which has launched the DK-A10H and DK-A1H docking stereo systems.

Available in pure white or piano lacquer black finishes, the DK-A1H and the DK-A10H both feature AM/FM radio with RDS, with the DK-A10H model also housing a built-in CD player. And in terms of sound, they both carry two-way bass reflex speakers with built-in subwoofers, along with E-Sound technology and a digital signal processor (DSP) to enhance the sound quality of digital files.

Other features include a six-step equaliser, charging of your player whilst docked, remote control, clock/alarm, connectivity to hook up to a TV and the option to wire up a non-Apple player. Both are expected instore around June, with the DK-A1H expected to retail for £150, while the DK-A10H should be nearer the £200 mark.

Sharp website

Dave Walker
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