TEAC has announced two new iPod-ready stereo systems—the CD-X10i and MC-DX22i. Both systems feature NXT SurfaceSound flat-panel speakers, an AM/FM tuner, and a built-in CD/CD-MP3/CD-R/RW player with motorized vertical loading door. The CD-X10i ($250) features a detachable iPod dock, while the MC-DX22i ($300) sports an integrated dock, and both use Apple’s universal dock design to work with any dock connector iPod. Both systems also feature a headphone jack, backlit LCD display, and a digital clock with timer and sleep functions. [via Gizmodo]
TEAC debuts iPod-ready flat-panel speaker systems
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