Logic 3 MIP108 I-Station 8 iPod Speakers/Docking Station Was £94.99 Now £31.53 at Amazon

Logic 3 MIP108 I-Station 8 iPod Speakers/Docking Station Was £94.99 Now £31.53 at Amazon

Found 19th Jun 2009
Product Features
Advanced speaker system - just plug in your iPod
Compatible with any 30-pin connection iPod
Runs from 6 AA batteries or mains (adapter supplied)
Can be used as external speaker system for hi-fi, MiniDisc, CD player, PC, Mac, laptop, etc
Allows your photos or videos to be displayed on your TV Screen (dependent on iPod model)
Technical Details

Docking station for re-charging & synchronization
Includes iPod Universal Dock, compatible with any iPod with Dock Connector
24 Watts RMS;(8 x 2w) 32mm 16 ohm Patented FR 0107M Drivers with TPE suspension
8 Watt RMS - 2.5 Woofer 4 ohm LF 0303P with Radiator;Multi function IR Remote Control for both the i-Station & iPod
Back Lit LCD Panel with Track Information Display
Operates from an AC Adaptor (Included) or 6 AA Batteries (not included)
Soft Light Illumination
Fold down Dock connector and Protective Perspex cover for transportation
Innovative Design with incorporated carry handle & storage space for the multi function remote control
Dimensions: 198 x 216 x 75mm (H x W x D)
3.5mm Stereo Line-in Cable (Included) for playing other audio devices including iPod shuffle, MP3, CD player, MiniDisc etc
Outputs: S-Video, Composite Video, Earphones
Inputs: 30 Pin Dock Connector, 3.5mm Stereo Line in
Community Updates


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I bought this a couple of years ago when it was 0ver £100 !!

Extremely nice, rich sound and functional remote - enables you to shuffle the album or the whole device which at the time not many docking stations did !!.
It also has the usual fast forward/rewind, pause etc. vol up/down. Next/previous track.

My one doesn't work with an Itouch - it will charge and play music but everything has to be controlled from the buttons on the Itouch itself. The docking station display implies that it is an unknown device (can't remember the actually wording :-( )

The power cube is huge in comparrison to the unit, but it does also work off of batteries (6 AAs I think)

Definitely a good price at just over 30 quid, and if it will now work with the Itouch and Iphone it's a steal !!

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