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DS10 iPod Docking Station

Product code: SW-DS-10

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Features & Specifications

If you're researching docking stations for iPod, consider the Sherwood DS10 iPod Docking Station. This device will charge your iPod while it's docked. It's compatible with any brand of A/V receiver, and has important features such as iPod video playback for on-screen TV display and a dedicated remote control.

If you're specifically looking for iPod nano dock stations, the DS10 links the iPhone, iPod 5G touch, classic, nano 1G, 2G and 3G5 to audio receivers and systems. It also offers component video output from iPod nano 3G and classic at 480p, and component video output from the touch and the iPhone at 480i. The remote control can also operate Sherwood's Digi-Link 'i' devices, which are sold separately.


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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

3 Questions & 3 Answers
Greg
from Crawfordsville asked:
August 15, 2012
Can this docking station be used with your MA2 outdoor amplifier? I currently use the cord that was provided with the MA2 but after long periods it runs the battery down on the ipod.
1 Answers
Hi Greg: The Docking Station will work exactly for your application connecting to the MA2. It will continue to charge the iPod as you are listening plus add a nice wireless remote that controls basic functions. TL #1235
Customer Service - Q&A
on August 17, 2012

Nalon
from Orange County asked:
June 25, 2012
Could you use this to play your Ipod Classic to a set of outdoor speakers?
1 Answers
Hi Nalon: The iPod dock still needs to plug into an external Amplifier like our AMP120 or a Audio Video Receiver if you have that already. TL
Customer Service - Q&A
on June 26, 2012

DAVID TREADWAY
from Collierville,TN. asked:
February 12, 2012
CAN THIS BE HOOKED UP TO A 1976 PIONEER SV636 WITH RCA CABLES?
1 Answers
Hi David: As long as you have a right and left input on the Pioneer Receiver. Do not use the Phono input, but you you could use the tape input. The signal from the dock is analog so you should have no problem with the connection. TL
Customer Service - Q&A
on February 14, 2012

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