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Polk reveals miDock Studio, HDX3 high-def radio

updated 03:35 pm EDT, Thu March 15, 2007

Polk miDock Studio and HDX

Polk has expanded on its announcement early today of the miDock10 iPod speaker set by providing photos and details of two extra models in the new Polk Audio Designs brand. The miDock Studio (pictured) is slightly larger than its previously announced counterpart and more elegantly fits in with its supported fifth-generation iPods and iPod nanos. An auxiliary input, a headphone jack, and an iPod Dock Connector are carried over from the miDock10 for playing to or from different sources as well as music sync with a Mac or PC. It ships in April for $199.

Those who prefer over-the-air broadcasts will also have the choice of the HDX3. The two-channel stereo supports the HD Radio format for both AM and FM, including the side data for song listings, news, and weather. Analog radio is supported in addition to a single-slot CD player with MP3 playback support. As with the other sound systems launched by Polk yoday, aux input and a headphone jack are integrated. The bookshelf-sized HDX3 ships in May for $299.

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