Limit U-Dock Speaker System For MP3 Players And Flash Drives - reduced to £9.99 @ Play.com ! - HotUKDeals
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RRP : £79.99

4 powerful full-frequency neodymium drive-units

Finally, a solution for owners of MP3 players other than iPods! Play your MP3 tracks in crystal-clear sound, control your player via the U-Dock's remote control, and charge your player's rechargeable battery at the same time. Compatible with MP3 files on most MP3 players, and all USB flash drives.

Uses the latest USB On The Go technology
Play music directly from your USB MP3 player or flash drive (Player must conform to the regular USB plug and play standard. Players requiring software installation when connecting to PCs will not be compatible with this product.)
4 powerful full-frequency neodymium drive-units
Volume up/down and mute
Play/pause
Track-skip forward/back
Bass/treble control
Full-function remote control
Auxiliary input and output connectors
Charges your MP3 player's rechargeable battery (if fitted)
Standard USB-A connector with blue illumination
Mini USB 4-pin and 5-pin adapters included
AC adapter (supplied)
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#1
http://images.play.com/covers/5325185x.jpg
#2
Any idea on the size of this? Looks nice and small assuming the remote is.

This is worth noting about this unit:
http://www.sosmp3.com/forum/showthread.php?t=997
#3
good price :d voted hot
#4
just what i needed to replace my crappy free stereo i have in my kitchen!

from the reviews it hopefully has some oomph to it, cheers!!

have some heat :thumbsup:
#5
Looks incredibly tacky! The JBL one on here recently miles miles better IMO.
#6
can anyone tell me:

does the ipod lay down when connected is the connector part fixed in as i can see some sort of lead?

How is it powered ie, battery mains operated??

CHEERS :thumbsup:
#7
Heat added,gotta be a good buy saving £70!
#8
heat, but hoestly i think this is exactly what this should be priced
RRP £80? oh well...:-D
#9
Got one of these last time they were reduced earlier in the year. It is very cheap & only collecting dust at the moment. With my walkman you can't use the radio function or randomise you music collection. It was never worth £80
#10
Rosco_2009
With my walkman you can't use the radio function or randomise you music collection. It was never worth £80


That's because the "dock" is essentially treating your walkman as a removable drive and playing the files stored on it on its internal decoder, rather than taking the audio produced by your player and routing it to the external speakers. I find it shocking that it has no internal shuffle function though, that really should be standard functionality on all MP3 players.
#11
Just bought one of these well worth £10.. it wont work via the usb with my Sony MP3 but will play via the aux using a 3.5 jack ,but remote will only control the volume bass etc. But it also works well with all my flash drive memory sticks, not a bad sound ideal for the garden and value for money!
#12
Just bought another for neice ! great value for a £10

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