The new DiDock Live is designed to let users mix external signals with the iPod audio stream and set mix levels for the combined signals independently at the master and headphone outputs.
Completing the picture are L/R transformer-isolated XLR outputs with independently switchable ground lifts, a Left/Center/Right output select switch, a “charger” mode and a remote control input for operating the iPod.
DiDock Live has a suggested retail price of $229.99.
Check out www.smproaudio.com for more info.
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