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Ministry of Sound ships new iPod stereo dock

updated 04:30 pm EDT, Mon September 24, 2007

MoS iPod dock/stereo

Club and music/electronics brand Ministry of Sound has begun selling a new iPod stereo system, the MOSMC1319P. The highlight of course is a dock, which feeds iPod audio to two, 10W RMS speakers, detached from the body of the main deck. The system can also play all major CD formats, complete with 30-track programming, and stream radio using a digital FM/MW PLL tuner with 40 presets. A secondary USB port allows non-iPod devices to be connected. The Ministry selling 1319Ps for 90 ($182), but there is no indication as to which iPods are supported (other than 5G video). [via Shiny Shiny]



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