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Crestron rolls out in-wall iPod dock


Crestron has introduced its new CEN-IDOCV-DSW Wall Mount Interface for iPod. The DSW provides video, audio, USB, and hi-speed Ethernet to integrate the docked iPod with a Crestron whole house AV system. Features include USB-over-Ethernet functionality to remotely sync the iPod with any networked computer running iTunes, 2-way communication for total control via Crestron touchpanels, the ability to charge the iPod while docked, the ability to control the iPod using its own controls, and panel-mounted volume controls. Crestron’s CEN-IDOCV-DSW Wall Mount Interface for iPod is available in black or white; pricing has yet to be announced.

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with the growth of guitar-stompbox type apps (e.g. guitarfx, stompvox) for iphone/touch, it’s frustrating that I can’t simply plug in my electric guitar.

On paper it looks easy enough to make an adapter cable with a phone jack input and stereo RCA outs. It’d likely require some input buffering, but it would be very cool.

Is anyone making such an adapter? Or even a dock that exposes the full input/output options

Posted by ER Brown on January 4, 2010 at 7:43 PM (CST)


FWIW: it’s ‘Crestron’

Posted by Thom Brooks on January 17, 2010 at 10:59 PM (CST)

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