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Valve amplifier iPod dock unveiled

updated 06:45 pm EDT, Thu June 8, 2006

Amplifier iPod dock

A company in Taiwan has unveiled the "MP5 series," an iPod docking station that features a 1940s-style valve amplifier. The iPod sits in a silver docking station with wooden trim, which rests beside a matching amp with three illuminated glass valves on top, according to CIO Tech Informer. The device features two 50w speakers covered in a wood, leather, or glossy black finish. An S-Video output enables users to connect a docked video iPod to a TV, while a remote control allows users to operate the device from afar. The device fits all iPod models except the Shuffle, and is already on sale in Germany for $900, according to the report.




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  1. horvatic

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Can you say ugly!

    It's just ugly bunch of hardware, yuck!

  1. lamewing

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Opinion from unschooled

    Wow, It is suprising to see the comments that come from the young and unschooled. Try reading about electronics history and maybe you will have a better understanding of what these folks are doing. This is MORE than just a bunch of "junk". Jeez.

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