It is that time of year again time to start thinking about what you are going to get that special grad in your life. It is also time to start thinking about what to get dad for Father's Day. You want to get them something special that they can use for years to come. If you are buying for a music lover than the Boss Audio In-Dash digital media receiver with built in iPod docking station may be the perfect gift.
In-dash AM/FM MP3 Digital Media Receiver with Remote. Built-in iPod docking station with iPod connector allows you to easily dock your iPod or iPhone with your car stereo. Built-in Bluetoothtechnology supports hands-free calling with a compatible Bluetooth phone. It has Quarts digital clock and solid state receiver. Be sure and buy yours today for that special dad and grad in your life.
The Boss Audio Media Receiver is available at Amazon for $75.22.
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