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Philips DC910 Docking Entertainment System Was £146.75 Now £79.95 at John Lewis Includes 2 Years Guarantee Price at Amazon £132.45

£79.95 @ John Lewis
Product Information With 6 built-in speakers and 30watts RMS of power, the Philips DC910 can effortlessly fill a room with sound. And thanks to wOOx technology, youll enjoy dramatic and enhanced low …
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With 6 built-in speakers and 30watts RMS of power, the Philips DC910 can effortlessly fill a room with sound. And thanks to wOOx technology, youll enjoy dramatic and enhanced low frequency bass for an awesome audio experience in fact; we dare you not to have a boogie while playing your favourite tracks!
The slimline Philips DC910 can also be mounted on the wall for extra flexibility, and you can enjoy your videos the right way simply by rotating your iPod from portrait to landscape position. An SD memory card slot and USB port are also on hand should you have additional MP3s you wish to listen to.

Thanks to the FM tuner you wont miss out on your favourite radio shows, and the whole unit is eco friendly too, using less than 1 watt in standby mode. Theres even a 3.5mm stereo input should you wish to connect another MP3 player or portable audio device.
Key Features

Brand Philips



Dimensions H16.5 x W50 x D12.1cm



Guarantee FREE 2 year guarantee, extend to 3 years £22




Power supply Mains



Preset stationsThe number of stations that can be programmed into the memory 20



Radio tuner FM



Speaker output (RMS)Measured in WATTS. The higher the number, the louder the sound! 2x 15W

Compatible with:
6th generation iPod; 5th generation iPod; 4th generation iPod; 3rd generation nano; 2nd generation nano; 1st generation nano; 1st generation touch.
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#1
Can you plug a laptop into this to fill a room with sound? (Powerpoint presentation)
#2
is this any good??

would be tempted if it sounds good??
#3
Review here and personal review
http://www.trustedreviews.com/multimedia/review/2008/11/26/Philips-DC910-Docking-Entertainment-System/comments
"I own a DC910 and am using it with a first gen ipod touch. For the most part this review is an accurate reflection of the product. However when it comes to the remote the review is misleading. The remote actually allows you to control the ipods music menus, which means you can do far more than "just skipping tracks in your current playlist, playing and pausing music, and controlling volume" you can in fact go into your album or artist lists and make selections. You can do this by pressing the menu button and using the up and down buttons on the remote. Setting the clock is a breeze - however for the technically challenged there is a handy manual included in the box.

Sound wise this dock doesn't really compete with say a Bose SoundDock. However with an ipod touch the soundDock requires your WiFi to be turned off - which is rather annoying. But not quite as annoying as the awful hum you get if you forget to turn it off. No such problem with the DC910. This coupled with the numerous features that the DC910 gives you over other standard docks - the functionality of its remote, usb/sd and 2 additional aux inputs, radio, rotating dock for video, clock with sleep functions, display, and the option to mount it on the wall - mean that you get a lot more for less money than a Bose.

Does it sound as good as some other docks? No - but the difference is not a deal breaker and if you feel it is then you're too much of an audiophile to be using this kind of product anyway.

I picked mine up in Costco for £120 when it first came out which was £30 cheaper than argos at the time. Overall I'm very happy with it. The only negative for me really is that when the dock is rotated horizontally and you're in coverflow the remote won't control coverflow for you except for basic functions within the album you've selected (ie it won't flick through the albums) - seems like Philips missed a trick there. Still it's well worth an audition"
#4
ODonnyBoy
Review here and personal review
http://www.trustedreviews.com/multimedia/review/2008/11/26/Philips-DC910-Docking-Entertainment-System/comments
"I own a DC910 and am using it with a first gen ipod touch. For the most part this review is an accurate reflection of the product. However when it comes to the remote the review is misleading. The remote actually allows you to control the ipods music menus, which means you can do far more than "just skipping tracks in your current playlist, playing and pausing music, and controlling volume" you can in fact go into your album or artist lists and make selections. You can do this by pressing the menu button and using the up and down buttons on the remote. Setting the clock is a breeze - however for the technically challenged there is a handy manual included in the box.

Sound wise this dock doesn't really compete with say a Bose SoundDock. However with an ipod touch the soundDock requires your WiFi to be turned off - which is rather annoying. But not quite as annoying as the awful hum you get if you forget to turn it off. No such problem with the DC910. This coupled with the numerous features that the DC910 gives you over other standard docks - the functionality of its remote, usb/sd and 2 additional aux inputs, radio, rotating dock for video, clock with sleep functions, display, and the option to mount it on the wall - mean that you get a lot more for less money than a Bose.

Does it sound as good as some other docks? No - but the difference is not a deal breaker and if you feel it is then you're too much of an audiophile to be using this kind of product anyway.

I picked mine up in Costco for £120 when it first came out which was £30 cheaper than argos at the time. Overall I'm very happy with it. The only negative for me really is that when the dock is rotated horizontally and you're in coverflow the remote won't control coverflow for you except for basic functions within the album you've selected (ie it won't flick through the albums) - seems like Philips missed a trick there. Still it's well worth an audition"


cheers for that, mmmm might have to go and have a listen to one
#5
Good Deal, heat and rep added.

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#6
Its £79.99 at comet, though it doesn't have a 2 year warranty.
#7
And £69.99 + £8 P&P here [url]www.cheapestelectrical.co.uk[/url] again with out a 2 year warranty.

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