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Sharp DK-AP7P


$130.00 Released September, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Excellent sound quality for the size and price of the unit. "ESound" button electronically enhances bass performance noticeably. Well-designed battery compartment makes loading/unloading batteries a breeze.

The Cons:Lacks a built-in handle which would make short-distance travel much less awkward.

The Sharp DK-AP7P is described as a device that allows headphone-free music on the go. It is an iPod dock that plays music from an iPod or iPhone while recharging them. It is a 2.1-channel speaker system with a full-range bass reflex speakers with HDSS and ESound digital signal processing technology.

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The Sharp DK-AP7P has a cover that fold shuts, protecting the unit from damage while being transported. It includes a video output to connect the device to a TV for video or image playback and a 3.5mm stereo input. There is two color-combination options, a black piano finish body with a choice of either white or red accents. The Sharp DK-AP7P is less expensive than counterpart, the DK-AP8P, but doesn't significantly differ in terms of features.

Features

  • Folds closed for travel
  • 2.1-channel speaker
  • Two main drivers
  • Subwoofer
  • Six hours of battery operation
  • AC adapter
  • ESound mode
  • 3.5mm stereo audio input
  • Video output
  • Piano black finish with choice of either red or white accents

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Pros
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    Excellent sound quality for the size and price of the unit.

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    "ESound" button electronically enhances bass performance noticeably.

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    Well-designed battery compartment makes loading/unloading batteries a breeze.

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    Attractive, basic design with a small footprint for use pretty much anywhere.

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    Decent battery life--runs for 6 hours on 4 AA batteries.

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    Clever fold-able design protects the unit during travel.

Cons
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    Lacks a built-in handle which would make short-distance travel much less awkward.

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