The new micro systems from Sharp come with an iPod terminal that allow users to listen to their music and can even stream videos to the big screen.
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Both models feature a CD player with MP3, CD-R/RW and WMA compatibility along with a front audio input for easy connection to other sound equipment. The system has a 32 watt per channel amplifier, combined with the six-mode pre-programmed equalizer, two-way speakers and X-bass system.
The Sharp XL-DK227NH and XL-UH2080H also feature an AM/FM tuner with 40 station preset memory, 32 track APMS (automatic programmable music selector) for CD and a full function remote control. Extra connectivity options are available through headphones, portable audio-in and subwoofer pre-out terminals.
These compact micro sound systems also have inbuilt clock/alarm/timer/sleep function.
Sharp XL-UH2080H micro system with USB terminal is available now priced at RRP $259. The Sharp XL-DK227NH micro system with iPod terminal will be available starting from July 2008 from all leading electrical retailers priced at RRP $289.