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Philips LCD TV feeds iPod tunes, videos into kitchens

updated 04:10 pm EDT, Mon March 19, 2007

Philips DCD 778 iPod TV

Continuing its announcements, Philips has unveiled the DCD778. The entertainment system fastens underneath a kitchen cupboard to provide media in live or pre-recorded form: while an ATSC/NTSC hybrid tuner covers TV and an AM/FM tuner handles radio, a side-mounted iPod dock relays the audio and video of Apple's music player straight to the swiveling 8.5-inch LCD and fixed stereo speakers. A DVD drive further handles movies (including VCD/SVCD discs) and MP3 CDs.

Compatible with every fourth- or fifth-generation iPod as well as the smaller iPod mini and nano, the DCD 778 should be available as of next week at an official price of $400. [via iLounge]



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