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JVC now shipping iPod-docking TVs, dual dock radio

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JVC has announced that it is now shipping its P-Series LCD TVs with built-in iPod docks, as well as its NX-PN7 “dual dock” sound system. Originally announced in January, the NX-PN7 features side-by-side iPod docks, which offer simultaneous charging capability, and playback from either through the built-in speakers. Other features include an AM/FM tuner, a clock and timer, auxiliary input, an included remote with dedicated iPod control keys, Works with iPhone-certified iPhone compatibility, and an illuminated strip underneath each dock that can display one of nine colors. The JVC NX-PN7 is available now and sells for $150.

JVC’s P-Series LCD TVs feature the company’s new TeleDock, a flip-down iPod Dock at the base of the set which provides a direct connection for audio and video playback through the TV. When an iPod is docked, a menu appears on the TV screen for selecting music, music shuffle or video playback. Playback can be controlled from the TV’s remote, which includes a circular keypad with a control scheme that mimics the iPod’s control wheel, and video playback is handled by two different modes: low-resolution files can be displayed in a small screen mode, while larger, higher-res videos can be shown in nine different aspect ratios, including full screen. A separate option allows for iPod music listening while a TV signal is displayed, and the iPod will charge while docked regardless of whether or not the set is on. Aside from the sets’ iPod abilities, features include HDMI, component, and S-Video inputs, and an analog audio output. The new JVC P-Series includes the 768p-capable, 32-inch LT-32P679 ($1000), the 1080p 42-inch LT-42P789 ($1600), and the 1080p-capable, 47-inch LT-47P789 ($2200), all of which are available now. The last model in the series, the 1080p 52-inch LT-52P789 ($3200), will be available in August.

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1

I know most people would say that having TWO iPod docks on a device like this is a bit excessive, but it might work great for me in my office.  I use my iPod 5G to listen to music on an iHome clock radio but I have my iPhone as well.  I sometimes need to recharge my iPhone while at work and then I have to take the iPod off and put the iPhone on.  Although I can still listen to music I either have to deal with the interference that intermittently occurs or put my iPhone in airplane mode.  If this truly works well with the iPhone then it would be a good solution to both of my problems (dual charging and iPhone static interference).  So far iLounge reviews of other Works with iPhone clock radios have not been to great so I look forward to hearing how this one stacks up.  Also saw the new iPhone compatible iHome radio yesterday and it looked kind of chintzy compared to the older versions.

Posted by TosaDeac on June 23, 2008 at 2:31 PM (PDT)

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This looks nicely designed, I’m looking forward to the review.  smile

Posted by skadiwolf on June 23, 2008 at 4:30 PM (PDT)

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