Sony RDP-XF100iP Portable Dock Speaker

You’ve never heard better audio from your iPod or iPhone. The new RDP-XF100iP is the best-sounding speaker dock yet from Sony, adding a powerful extra dimension of enjoyment to your favourite music.

The slim, brilliantly styled XF100 effortlessly creates stunning hi-fi sound that fills any room in the house while charging your iPhone or iPod. Despite its compact size, audio performance has been fine-tuned by Sony engineers to ensure exceptional clarity, projection and separation of every instrument.

Sony RDP-XF100iP

A newly developed Digital Amplifier delivers a generous 20W + 20W output power. Emphasizing the dock’s hi-fi credentials, the long-stroke speaker unit features a twin port system with super-long duct. The result is a finely-detailed soundstage with full, solid bass plus crystal-clear midrange and sparkling highs.

As an extra refinement, on-board Digital Signal Processing offers a choice of five sound modes (Rock/Pop/Jazz/Vocal/Flat) to suit personal listening preference. There’s also an FM tuner onboard for enjoying your favourite radio programmes.

The crisp, elegant lines of the XF100 are accented by touch sensor keys and a smart OLED display. As an extra design touch, the retractable dock tray folds away flush when the unit is not in use or being carried.

Unlike many other premium speaker docks, the XF100 includes a rechargeable battery that allows up to 7 hours continuous playback when you’re not close to a power socket – or even outdoors.

The XF100 is compatible with iPhone 3GS and all other new iPod models. It comes supplied with a wireless remote for easy control of iPod/iPhone music playback functions from anywhere in the room.

The RDP-XF100iP portable speaker dock from Sony is available from May 2010.

Source: Sony

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