JBL Unveils On Beat Dock For IPad, IPhone, And Anything IOS

Posted: Mar 23 2011, 11:29am CDT | by , in News | Hot Gadgets

JBL Unveils On Beat Dock for iPad, iPhone, and Anything iOS

JBL rocks the house for all your iOS devices

JBL has announced a new speaker dock that will work with any iOS device; the dock is called the On Beat and will dock the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. The dock works with anything that runs iOS according to JBL.

The On Beat has a dock connector that can rotate for portrait or landscape mode viewing and it has a video output that lets you shoot the video on your device out to a big screen. JBL offers the device in black or white colors and it has a wireless remote control. This is one of the few docking stations that will work with both the iPhone and the iPad.

Inside the dock are dual Phoenix full-range transducers with DSP EQ. The DSP tech allows for a richly detailed soundstage. The IR remote allows you to control all functions of the iOS device from across the room. Devices will charge while they are playing music or media as well.

The amp inside the On Beat has 7.5W per speaker and the frequency response is 70Hz - 20kHz. The signal to noise ratio is 83dB and the input impedance with the aux port is 10k ohms that aux port allows you to play music from devices that don't run iOS.

The remote has a range of 4.6 meters and the aux input works with any 3.5mm device. The composite video cable needed to shoot video to your TV isn’t included. The dock can be connected to a PC via USB to allow the device to synchronize while it charges. The On Beat ships with brackets for the touch, iPhone and iPad. The dock consumes 30W power at maximum use and 0.5W on standby. It measures 5-3/4" x 10-13/16" x 5-5/16" (H x W x D) and will hit Europe soon for £149.99.

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