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Monster intros wireless iPod bridge

updated 02:05 pm EDT, Wed August 1, 2007

Monster iPod Audio Bridge

Making the most of the iPod's inherent abilities, Monster Cable today released its Wireless Audio Bridge for the iPod. Instead of connecting the iPod to a dock and gaining only limited control, the Bridge transforms the iPod itself into the remote; a small Dock Connector transmitter plugs into the Apple jukebox and transmits sound to a base station (shown) that taps into a conventional stereo. The implementation gives full access to iPod menus and works on the 2.4GHz band up to 30 feet away from the base.

Monster has yet to announce its launch plans or a price for the bridge.



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