Harman Kardon Introduces The Bridge II IPod Dock

Posted: May 30 2008, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:26am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
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New receivers aren’t the only new products from Harman Kardon. It also introduced a new iPod dock called The Bridge II Docking Station for iPod. The dock connects an iPod or iPhone to Harmon Kardon Bridge ready receivers and other AV components.

The Bridge II allows control of the iPod for music, images, and video playback with the new AVR 354 and allows the iPod menu information to be seen on the TV. The Bridge II will be available this summer for $129.

The device also ships with the AVR 354 receiver announced this weeks. The dock is compatible with iPod and iPhone with the docking connector including the touch, nano and all click wheel iPod models. The dock will work with the DMC 1000, AVR 354, AVR 47 series, AVR 126, AVR 45 series, AVR 40 series, and HK 3490.

Via Harman Kardon

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