iSymphony sound systems feature iPod dock

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iSymphony Holdings Enterprises on Tuesday announced the launch of its iSymphony line of sound system products, which incorporate universal docks for iPods. The products include a micro hi-fi system, DVD music system and clock radio.

The M1 is a $199 bookshelf-style mini music system with 50 watts power, clock radio, front-loading CD player, MP3 and WMA playback with ID3 tag support, SD and MMC card slot, AM/FM stereo, EQ and 21-key remote control.

The $299.99 M2 features a similar overall design but includes a tray-loading progressive scan DVD player with support for MPEG-4, DVD/DVD+-R/RW and CD/CD-R/RW playback. It also incorporates a 14-in-1 card reader, S-Video output and more. Both the M1 and M2 can connect to a host computer to sync data on the iPod.

The $99.99 CR3 is a desktop clock radio system that features 10 watts output power, dual alarm clock with snooze, AM/FM stereo and universal dock that charges the iPod when inserted. It also includes an auxiliary input for any external audio player.

iSymphony has other iPod-compatible products including mini speakers that plug into the iPod’s headphone jack, a built-in speaker bag, iPod-compatible boombox and more.

This story, "iSymphony sound systems feature iPod dock" was originally published by PCWorld.

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