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Sony SRS-GD50iP iPod dock with USB speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on September 2nd, 2009

Sony SRS-GD50iP iPod dock with USB speakersThe first thing you may notice about the SRS-GD50iP is the oversized subwoofer. Which makes the whole setup look a bit odd. Despite that, Sony is all about convergence here, with the speakers able to serve as a 2.1 PC set via USB. They can also use the same connection to sync up and charge your Apple device if you like.

The SRS-GD50iP features 60 watts of power and comes with a really tiny remote control to make that subwoofer look even more menacing. The entire setup will run you $199 and it can be had right now.

Sony’s ICF-CL75iP alarm clock, digital frame and Dock for iPod/iPhone

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on September 2nd, 2009

Sony’s ICF-CL75iP alarm clock, digital frame and Dock for iPod/iPhoneWe’re used to seeing alarm clocks, digital photo frames, and iPod/iPhone docks that are boring and simple. But lately manufacturers have been delivering some more elegant products. Like the upcoming ICF-CL75iP, which features a crisp 7 inch color WVGA (800 x 480) LCD, 1GB of built-in storage, and a retractable iPod/iPhone dock.

The photos on the screen can be pulled from your iPod or iPhone, or loaded onto the unit via USB. Of course, you can also store and play music and movies (MP4, Motion JPEG and AVI) on the device. They also threw in an FM/AM radio with 39 presets.

Sony NAS-Z200iR iPod Dock

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 30th, 2009

Sony NAS-Z200iR iPod DockSony, maker of more iPod docks than you can count, has another brand new iPod dock for your consideration. The NAS-Z200iR functions just like all of the other iPod docks you know and love.

It features an integrated FM radio, a CD player, Wi-Fi connectivity, DLNA streaming and a remote control with a 3.5″ LCD display for easy navigation. You can hook up another portable media player via the USB port.


Sony’s CMT-Z100iR iPod dock leaked, looks stylish

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 5th, 2009

Sony’s CMT-Z100iR iPod dock leaked, looks stylishSony Insider has some leaked images of the CMT-Z100iR mini-sound system, which, turns out, is an uber-stylish looking system with an iPod dock, CD player and USB port to go along with 20w speakers.

An actual nice looking iPod dock? Seems too good to be true. Let the cries of “photoshopped!” begin. The device also features touch panel controls, a 3.5mm audio-in jack, bass/treble adjustments, AM/FM radio and a remote. We don’t have a release date or price, but Sony Insider is guessing $150-$250.

Sony’s ICF-CD3iP iPod/iPhone dock & clock radio

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on September 11th, 2008

Sony’s ICF-CD3iP iPod/iPhone dock & clock radioSony has created a somewhat original looking and refreshing third-generation iPod/iPhone clock radio dock, the ICF-CD3iP, according to an apparent leak by a Sony Insider. The dock has a unique circular design that holds a clock, AM/FM radio and a CD player, with simple controls in front for playback.

A side dock holds the Apple device. It can play MP3′s, CDs and CD-R/RW audio discs. The iPhone or iPod are integrated with the alarm clock and it comes with a remote so you don’t have to get out of bed to turn it off. Looks like it has nice big numbers as well, for those that need them. The ICF-CD3iP will reportedly be available in October. Price is estimated at $100.

Sony Clock Radio with iPod/iPhone dock

Posted in Clocks by Darrin Olson on February 26th, 2008

Sony ICF-C1iPMK2 Clock Radio with iPod and iPhone dockSony’s launching a new clock radio as one of the first that are compatible with the iPhone. The ICF-ClipMK2 comes with a wireless remote control that can run the docked iPod or iPhone (when in iPod mode) and can also control the devices radio stations and volume.

The dock is adjustable to fit different sizes of iPods without them wiggling around and will charge the iPod when docked. There’s also an inline port for connecting other media players to hear through the speakers.

Sony Makes iPod Docking Station

Posted in Accessories,iPod,Sony by Darrin Olson on February 3rd, 2007

Sony iPod Docking Station CPF-IP001Sony seems to have had a change in their policies by producing a competitor product accessory. Calling Sony and Apple competitors might not be the best description of their relationship, but they do both produce portable audio players.

Sony has added to this definition when they started shipping the Sony iPod Audio Docking Station, which is the first accessory Sony has made for the Apple product and aptly named it the CPF-IP001.

The actual product from Sony appears to be a nice docking station stereo system. Designed specifically for the Apple iPod, the docking station …


Sony Wall Mounted CMT-CX5 Audio System And iPhone Dock

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on July 14th, 2011

Sony has a new audio system: the Sony CMT-CX5. It’s a wall mounted system that includes an iPhone, iPod dock, CD player and DAB/DAB+/FM radio. Its also has USB connectivity so that you can attach and play audio from an external hard drive, or flash drive.

The CMT-CX5 uses Sony’s Dynamic Sound Generator Xtra (DSGX) technology and will be available in either black or white. It launches next month. Sadly we don’t have any info regarding pricing and availability yet.

Sony debuts ALTUS multi-room audio line

Posted in Sony by Conner Flynn on August 18th, 2009

Sony debuts ALTUS multi-room audio lineSony has a new ALTUS audio product range for the iPod/iPhone. The “premium” ALT-SA31iR multi-room iPod package is comprised of an iPod / iPhone docking station and a pair of wireless speakers, along with an AM / FM tuner and an LCD-equipped S-AIR remote commander.

The AIR-SW10Ti iPod docking station adds a wireless subwoofer, while the ALT-SA32PC multi-room audio package has an S-AIR transmitter that connects to your PC via USB and a pair of wireless speakers. While the ALT-A33PC has an identical USB S-AIR transmitter, but also includes a universal receiver with analog audio inputs.

Sony XROSS FADE for the aspiring DJ

Posted in Sony by Shane McGlaun on August 22nd, 2008

Sony XROSS FADESony is betting that there are people out there who really want to be a DJ. I’m not into mixing songs together and making mixed tapes, but I am sure there are many people out there who are into that. If you are such person and you have been looking for an easy way to play DJ — the Sony XROSS FADE is your ticket.

The XROSS FADE is a 450W stereo system aimed at the aspiring DJ. The system has DJ themed features including a cross-fader and monitor cue along with a built-in two-channel mixer. The features allow the user to check upcoming tracks with headphones to ensure they are cued properly before the songs play. The features can also be used to mix two songs together or fade into the next song. A USB recording function allows users to record mix sessions directly to a USB flash drive without the need for PC.

Sony goes multi-room with new iPod system

Posted in Sony by Shane McGlaun on August 22nd, 2008

Sony S-AIRPLAYMulti-room audio is hot these days with more manufacturers than you can shake a stick at bringing wireless audio systems to market. Lots of competition is a good thing because it means a large variety of price points and models for music fans to choose from. Sony has launched a high-end music system designed specifically for the iPod that streams music wirelessly to different rooms of your home.

The system is called the Sony S-AIRPLAY and is a wireless multi-room solution that can transmit audio from the main docking station to its wireless speakers up to 164-feet away. The system includes one docking station and two S-AIR wireless speakers. The system can support up to 10 speakers simultaneously. In addition to the iPod dock — that also charges the iPod — the system features an AM/FM tuner.

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Sony launches new HD tuner and tabletop radios

Posted in CES 2008,HD Radio,Sony by Darrin Olson on January 14th, 2008

Sony XDR-F1HD Tuner and XDR-S10HDiP HD RadioSony pushed out a couple of new HD radios last week at the annual CES event for those audiophiles wanting some high fidelity sound without the subscription costs of satellite radio. The XDR-S10HDiP HD Radio (pictured bottom) is a tabletop type player that comes ready to go with speakers and an iPod dock on top. The XDR-F1HD Tuner (pictured top) is component HD tuner that can connect and bring HD radio to your existing home theater system.

Both systems will pick up over 1,500 nationwide HD radio stations and will also bring in regular FM and AM signals. The XDR-S10HDiP is the first of this type of HD radio from Sony and features the ability to dock and charge an iPod when connected. While listening to HD radio the iPod owners can also use the iTunes Tagging which lets you mark songs you like playing on the radio and save the titles in your iPod. The next time you sync your iPod with iTunes, it will find those songs and prompt you with the option to buy them. The tabletop player also comes with a wireless remote that not only controls the radio but also controls the iPod when docked.

WiFi iPod From Apple This Year?

Posted in iPod,Wi-Fi by Darrin Olson on April 14th, 2007

WiFi iPodAccording to a recent report from DigiTimes, Apple has plans to launch a WiFi enabled iPod that could be available to ship by Q3 of this year.

The report states that as soon as this month Universal Scientific Industrial (USI) will be shipping the components that will make the WiFi capabilities possible to Foxconn, who will then assemble the new device. Foxconn would then have enough of the devices assembled and ready to go by the 3rd quarter of this year, which would mean that these new WiFi iPods would be ready to go in plenty of …

Bravia Finally Meets the iPod

Posted in Dock,Home Theater,iPod,Sony by Chetz on April 5th, 2007

Sony Digital Media Port iPod Dock TDM-IP1Two months after releasing its first docking station for Apple’s iPod, Sony is back to show off a new adapter that connects your ‘pod to Bravia home theaters. The Digital Media Port iPod Dock, a.k.a. TDM-IP1, acts as the middleman between the two technology titans, a move that Sony had been putting off for some time.

The sleek black appearance weighs about 220 grams and is 90 x 78 x 65 mm, so it doesn’t take up too much space somewhere close to your TV. The TDM-IP1 is compatible with …

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