WNAMM09: Balanced Output iPOD Dock

SM Pro Audio announce the DIDock – professional docking station DI for portable audio products      21/01/09
WNAMM09: Balanced Output iPOD Dock


Designed to support portable audio devices in the field, the DIDock delivers audio signal conversion from connected devices to a fully balanced transformer isolated stereo output pair.
Many portable audio devices tend to introduce increased levels of noise when connected to larger professional PA systems. The DIDock solves many of the issues typically encountered when introducing consumer-based products into professional environments.
A must have tool for roadies, engineers, or musicians wishing to integrate portable audio devices. Features:
  • IPOD compatible docking connector
  • 3.5mm line input connector
  • Headphone output and rotary level control
  • Transformer isolated outputs
  • Individual channel GND lift switches
  • Rugged metal construction
  • Powered by phantom power or 12v external adaptor
The DIDock is housed in a robust metal chassis and features road-ready connectors for all inputs and outputs.

Danny Olesh , Product Manager from SM Pro Audio, told us, "We believe we are filling a great vacuum in the market with the introduction of the DIDock. Consumer meets pro in the audio world. It's a must-have tool for roadies, engineers, or musicians wishing to integrate portable audio devices" Pricing and Availability:
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