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Sharp DK-AP7N


$130.00 Released March, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Doesn't draw too much power while in operation. Battery lasts a long time before it needs a recharge. Sound quality is good, can leave the volume low and still clearly hear everything.

The Cons:Can never get very loud, volume is pretty limited.

The Sharp DK-AP7N is a revolutionary 2.1 channel iPod docking station that allows one to play music while also recharging the unit at the same time. Cited for consuming low amounts of power, the DK-AP7N complies with ENERGY STAR standards.

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In addition, the DK-AP7N maintains a compact/stylish body with a foldable design for easy traveling and storage. The DK-AP7N also offers a 5 hour battery life, an integrated subwoofer, a video output for connecting to a TV, an auxiliary input for connecting to MP3 players or laptops, and eSound digital signal processing that improves the quality of compressed digital music by enhancing the sound frequency and increasing the sound pressure. The Sharp DK-AP7N comes with an AC adapter and an included soft carry bag. The DK-AP7N retails for $129.99 with a glossy black body and a choice of either white or red accents. A 1 year limited warranty is included with the purchase.

Features

  • ENERGY STAR
  • 2.1 Channel
  • Integrated Subwoofer
  • Compact/Stylish Body
  • Foldable Body
  • 5 Hour Battery Life
  • Video Output
  • Auxiliary Input
  • eSound Digital Signal Processing
  • AC Adapter
  • Soft Carry Bag
  • White or Red Accents
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

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    doesn't draw too much power while in operation

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    battery lasts a long time before it needs a recharge

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    sound quality is good, can leave the volume low and still clearly hear everything

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    versatile design works with a wide array of devices

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    compact design is easy to carry around, especially if you want to run on battery power

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    enough bass support that you won't feel like anything is missing

Cons
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    can never get very loud, volume is pretty limited

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