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Yamaha PDX-30


$200.00 Released April, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Sounds great. Available in black, blue, gray and pink. Good form-factor.

The Cons:No AUX in for use with other MP3 players / devices. No included universal dock adapter. Too heavy on the bass.

The Yamaha PDX-30 is an amplification dock specifically designed to be used with the Apple iPod/iPhone. This dock is compact and light enough to go anywhere you want, but also has a high sound quality with powerful output.

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Product Shot 2 It uses a Yamaha original digital amplifier with extremely low noise and distortion which drives two large 3-1/4" speakers for a dynamic bass response and an overall powerful and clean sound. The flat top design and multiple colour options adds an attractive touch to any interior and the card-type remote gives added convenience.  The Yamaha PDX-30 is available in black as the PDX-30BL, in blue as the PDX-30BU, in gray as the PDX-30GY and in pink as the PDX-30PI

Color Options

  • Yamaha PDX-30BL - Black
  • Yamaha PDX-30BU - Blue
  • Yamaha PDX-30GY - Gray
  • Yamaha PDX-30PI - Pink

Specifications

  • Supported: iPhone, iPod touch, iPod (Click Wheel including iPod classic),iPod nano and iPod mini
  • iPod Charging 
  • Remote Control: Card Type
  • Frequency Response: 60 Hz–20 kHz
  • Speaker Type: Bass-reflex speakers
  • Woofer: Dual 3-1/4” full-range cone
  • product Dimensions (W x H x D): 13-3/4" x 4-1/4" x 4-7/8"
  • Product Weight (lbs.): 3.7
  • Shipping Dimensions (W x H x D): 15-5/8" x 7-1/8" x 6-3/4"
  • Shipping Weight (lbs.): 5.5

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Pros
  • 1

    sounds great

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    available in black, blue, gray and pink

  • 1

    good form-factor

  • 1

    digital amplification - energy efficient, light, powerful

  • 1

    includes card-like remote control

  • 1

    minimalist aesthetic

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    compatible with all iPods / iPhones

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    charges iPod/iPhone while playing

Cons
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    no AUX in for use with other MP3 players / devices

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    no included universal dock adapter

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    too heavy on the bass

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    no battery - must be used powered by the mains

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