Sharp’s powerful audio system features iPod and USB terminals

Sharp’s powerful audio system features iPod and USB terminals Sharp Corporation of Australia has announced the release of its latest micro system which combines sound quality and an environmentally...
Sharp’s powerful audio system features iPod and USB terminals
Sharp Corporation of Australia has announced the release of its latest micro system which combines sound quality and an environmentally conscious stylish design with the versatility of music enjoyment from different sources.
The Sharp XL-DH20NH micro system features a USB terminal for connecting portable players and a top docking iPod terminal for direct connection to play and charge most iPods, including new generation models. The system also boasts video-out for streaming photos and video files from iPods with video capability.
Perfect as a shelf unit, the XL-DH20NH micro system offers crystal clear high-performance sound with 50 watt RMS output power and two-way speakers. The six-mode pre-programmed equalizer lets users adjust sound to suit their preferences. The unit is also environmentally friendly, with just 0.6 watt power consumption in stand-by mode.
The Sharp XL-DH20NH also features an AM/FM digital tuner with 40 station random preset memory RDS (Radio Data System), an inbuilt clock/timer/sleep function and a full function remote control for added convenience. Other terminals include headphones, FM and AM antenna and speakers.
The main unit is only 155mm (wide) x 178mm (high) x 243mm (deep), while the speakers are both 132mm (wide) x 260mm (high) x 171.5mm (deep). This model is the perfect fit for bookcases, wall units, desktops or cabinets.
The stylish black exterior is a perfect complement to suit traditional or contemporary décor, offering a music source for bedrooms, living and entertainment areas or office situations.
The XL-DH20NH is available now for $299 RRP. For further product information and full specifications visit www.sharp.net.au or call 1300 135 530.

Sharp Corporation of Australia has announced the release of its latest micro system which combines sound quality and an environmentally conscious stylish design with the versatility of music enjoyment from different sources.

The Sharp XL-DH20NH micro system features a USB terminal for connecting portable players and a top docking iPod terminal for direct connection to play and charge most iPods, including new generation models. The system also boasts video-out for streaming photos and video files from iPods with video capability.

Perfect as a shelf unit, the XL-DH20NH micro system offers crystal clear high-performance sound with 50 watt RMS output power and two-way speakers. The six-mode pre-programmed equalizer lets users adjust sound to suit their preferences. The unit is also environmentally friendly, with just 0.6 watt power consumption in stand-by mode.

The Sharp XL-DH20NH also features an AM/FM digital tuner with 40 station random preset memory RDS (Radio Data System), an inbuilt clock/timer/sleep function and a full function remote control for added convenience. Other terminals include headphones, FM and AM antenna and speakers.

The main unit is only 155mm (wide) x 178mm (high) x 243mm (deep), while the speakers are both 132mm (wide) x 260mm (high) x 171.5mm (deep). This model is the perfect fit for bookcases, wall units, desktops or cabinets.

The stylish black exterior is a perfect complement to suit traditional or contemporary décor, offering a music source for bedrooms, living and entertainment areas or office situations.

The XL-DH20NH is available now for $299 RRP. For further product information and full specifications visit www.sharp.net.au or call 1300 135 530.

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