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We love the iPod and our hi-fi systems do too! Let's face it, nothing beats the convenience of having all your favourite tunes at your fingertips. But once you get your iPod home, are you really getting the most from it?
Enter the iD50, an iPod dock on a mission to actually improve the sound of your digital music thanks to Cambridge Audio's quasi-differential noise cancelling technology.
The iD50 also enables you to watch iPod video through your TV and control it from the comfort of the sofa using navigation on your TV. There's no better way to make the most of your iPod once you're home and you'll be amazed to hear just how much you've been missing out on.
The majority of Cambridge Audio's Navigator remotes are also able to control basic iPod functions so you can choose your favorite track from the comfort of your sofa.
UK, January 2010
|Quasi differential noise cancelling for optimal sound quality even during charging or video playback|
|Audiophile quality buffered audio outputs|
|Gold plated phono connections|
|Composite and S-video connections|
|Slimline remote supplied for full control across the room|
|Compatible with Azur iPod Command system remotes|
|External power supply included with UK, European and North American adaptors|
|Compatible with 4th generation iPods onwards (incl. Mini, Nano, Classic, iPhone, iTouch).|
|Attractive silver finish which complements existing products in the Cambridge Audio range|
|Signal to Noise Ratio:||<-75bB@1kHz|
|Output level (unbalanced):||1.7 - 2.0V rms nominal|
|Standby Power Consumption:||<1.3W idle|
|Max. Power Consumption:||2.5W in operation and charging at maximum rate|
Power adaptor - 100-240V~50/60Hz
Power adaptor - 7.5V DC, 500mA
Composite video output x 1
S-Video output x 1
RS232 x 1
Tip:TX from dock, Ring: RX to
dock,Screen: Ground 9600 BAUD
No check bit, 1 stop bit,
No RTS/CTS or XON/XOFF req.
|Remote Control||Coin cell type: V3, CR2032 or equivalent|
UK, January 2010
UK, August 2010
UK, October 2009
New Zealand, September 2009