Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Bose Announces SoundDock 10 Digital Music System


I have a Bose SoundDock and I absolutely love it. It allows me to play my iPod and crank the tunes when the moment calls for it. Bose is a great company with great products and they are always innovating. Hence this post about their latest creation.

According to the company it has amazing sound and a newly designed and bigger woofer. Not only that, but almost every gadget you can imagine can be used as an audio source. That means iPhones, iPods, CD players, DVD players, and anything else with a headphone jack. The price is a tad steep at $599.95, but quality costs, right? Here are all the details:

  • Lifelike, powerful performance rivaling that of a larger, more expensive stereo system
  • Deeper low notes from a newly designed driver enhanced by Bose® waveguide speaker technology
  • Auxiliary input for connecting your music phone, MP3 player or other audio device
  • Compatible with all iPhone™ and most iPod® models
  • Optional Bluetooth® dock for playing your stereo Bluetooth music phone

Brace yourself for our best-sounding system for your iPod. The SoundDock 10 system delivers performance so powerful and lifelike, it could easily become your home's main music system. It's ideal for parties, gatherings—or your own personal listening. You've probably never heard your iPod sound this good.

You'll experience a vast tonal range, from the deep lows of a bass line to the soaring highs of a vocalist. It's the result of advanced Bose waveguide speaker technology coupled with a highly efficient, one-of-a-kind new woofer.

The waveguide, a long tube intricately folded inside the system, strengthens sound from the woofer to deliver deeper, stronger low notes you'll notice right away.

Simple to use. Easy to enjoy

Though complex on the inside, the SoundDock 10 system is delightfully easy to use, with an equally uncomplicated exterior design. Just place your iPod or iPhone into the dock and play. The system's clean, elegant look complements any living area.

Enjoy other sources, too

You can easily enjoy an additional sound source—such as an MP3 or DVD player—by connecting it to the system's auxiliary input. The SoundDock 10 system remote can switch back and forth between your iPod and the connected source, and will navigate an iPod playlist as well. There's even an output for watching iPod video on your TV while listening to it on the system. Have a Bluetooth stereo music phone? Listen wirelessly with the optional Bluetooth music dock.

Hear our best-performing digital music system once, and we think you'll agree—there's nothing like it.

Post a Comment