Harman Kardon have debuted their new MS 100 "All-in-One Audio Entertainment System" at IFA2008 which comes with iPod dock, CD player, FM tuner and clock/radio functionality.
The MS 100 is supposedly capable of reading numerous file formats from CD, including MP3 and WMA files, anwith S-Video and composite video outputs (allowing you to view photos and video stored on your iPod on your TV) and a USB port allowing for direct connection with Apple’s iTunes service via a computer.
It appears not to support wireless connections, however.
- Power: 2 x 30 Watts / 6 Ohms
- RDS Tuner with 6 programmable presets
- Mini Toslink digital audio input
- 3 mini-jack and RCA aux inputs
- Front Headphone output
- Sub output
It will be available in July 2009 for €699.
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