Teac rolls out iPod-docking HD Radio system | iLounge News


Teac rolls out iPod-docking HD Radio system


Teac has introduced the HD-1, the company’s first HD Radio product. The HD-1 features a tabletop design, with an integrated iPod dock, iTunes Tagging capability, FM radio, rear-firing ports for improved bass response, a headphone jack, video and audio outputs, a dual alarm clock with snooze button, five equalizer presets, an included remote control, and iPhone compatibility. Normally priced at $130, the Teac HD-1 is currently available at select Costco stores and is priced at $100 for a limited time.

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