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Cambridge Audio Sonata AR30


$499.00 Released January, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Integrates well with the iPod/iPhone and gives you full access to everything. Fills out the sound of compressed files making them sound even better. Hardware setup is extremely easy, not much to it at all.

The Cons:When using the DVD input you only get L&R audio, no separate bass. Takes a bit of time to get used to the controls.

The Cambridge Audio Sonata AR30 is a micro 2.1-channel receiver / iPod docking station designed to output up to 40 Watts per channel. Designed for the iPod, iPod Mini, iPod Nano, iPod Classic, iPod Touch, and iPhone, the Sonata uses quasi-differential noise-canceling technology to output premium quality audio that far outperforms that of the average iPod station.

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Product Shot 2 Plus it also offers a front-positioned auxiliary input for connecting portable MP3 players, an AM/FM tuner with twenty presets, and compatibility with SIRIUS radio, though a separately purchased SIRIUS tuner is required. Additional features include a VFD display and subwoofer ins & outs.

Features

  • 2.1-Channel Micro Receiver
  • Quasi-Differential Noise Canceling Technology
  • Designed for iPod/iPhone
  • AM/FM w/RDS
  • Front-Mounted MP3 In Socker
  • Sleep/Alarm Timers
  • Trigger-Out Feature
  • Subwoofer Output
  • Subwoofer Input
  • User Nameable AUX
  • VFD Monitor
  • Metal Chassis
  • Silver/Black Colors

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    integrates well with the iPod/iPhone and gives you full access to everything

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    fills out the sound of compressed files making them sound even better

  • 1

    hardware setup is extremely easy, not much to it at all

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    made with a strong metal chassis for extra durability, can stack stuff on top if you need to

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    can rename the AUX input to whatever device you have hooked up which helps you work with it without getting confused

Cons
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    when using the DVD input you only get L&R audio, no separate bass

  • 1

    takes a bit of time to get used to the controls

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