Sony intros RDP-X50iP Speaker Dock for iPod/iPhone

Sony extends its speaker docks for the Apple’s iPod and iPhone with the new RDP-X50iP model, which resembles the RDP-XF100iP and RDP-X80iP models and has pretty same features in compact, minimalist design.

The RDP-X50iP has measures of  356 × 158.1 × 151.9 mm (W x H x D) and weights approx. 1.8 kg, it packs digital amplifier capable to deliver 20W + 20W output RMS, has two 3-inch bass reflex speaker design, that promise “rich and powerful bass”,  “clear midrange and crisp high frequency reproduction”. The system comes with various pre-set modes for different styles of music, like (Rock/Pop/Jazz/Vocal/Flat), tere’s also a standard 30-pin dock connector for connecting to and charge all iPhone or iPod, a 3.5-mm auxiliary input and omnidirectional infra-red remote for the usual controls.

Sony RDP-X50iP speaker dockdock

Sony RDP-X50iP dock speaker is currently available for $166.99

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