Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Bose SoundDock 10 iPhone/iPod Speaker Dock

Bose have added to its range of iPhone/iPod speaker docks with its new
Bose SoundDock 10 Digital Music System which Bose bill as being a
premium system that's designed to 'reset the standard for how good an
iPod can sound from a single enclosure'.
The new Bose SoundDock 10 Digital Music System, which measures in at 9
x 17 x 10 boasts a new version of Bose's proprietary waveguide
technology which sees the waveguide unit dropping in proportions from 72
to 52 , apparently without impacting on audio performance, which takes
in a newly designed woofer offering what Bose claim to be four time the
efficiency of conventional woofers along with two Bose Twiddler
transducers which Bose describe as 'a combination of a high-frequency
transducer and mid-range driver'.

Whilst detailed technical specifications are notably by the absence from
Bose's press release (so we cannot advise concerning matters such as
output and frequency response) we can at least confirm that the Bose
SoundDock 10 Digital Music System, which is Made for iPod and Works with
iPhone certified, comes with AUX and video outputs allowing you to hook
up additional, non-docking audio devices such as other DAPs, PMPs and CD
players and connect the device to a TV to view video content respectively.

The Bose SoundDock 10 Digital Music System comes in at just shy of $600
whilst, if you want to opt in for an optional Bluetooth dock allowing
for wireless streaming of audio, you should factor in an additional $150.
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