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TEAC Reference DR-H338i DVD Receiver w/ iPod Dock

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Don't let the small footprint of the TEAC Reference DR-H338i DVD/CD receiver with USB/iPod interface fool you. With a high quality toroidal power supply providing a true 50W of power, dolby digital 5.1 virtual surround sound, hdmi 1080p output, this micro maybe small but its big on performance.

TEAC Reference DR-H338i DVD Receiver w/ iPod Dock

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The sound of musical quality from this DVD Mini component receiver can be likened to having your own private concert at home, whether it is on CD, DVD, or Hybrid CD. Alternatively, you can hear whatever you choose from the dazzling array of music stations available on AM/FM. HDMI interface for 1080p resolution and Dolby Virtual Surround Sound technology combine to achieve an impressive balance of digital picture and digital sound, thanks to a massive Toroidal core power transformer - among the best in its class.

* 6-input Selector (DVD/CD, Tuner, iPod, USB, AUX1, AUX2)
* AM/FM RDS Tuner
* 20AM + 20 FM Preset Memory Stations
* DVD-Video, DVD+R/+RW, VCD, SVCD, CD-DA, CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA, JPEG, DivX Compatible
* Surround Dolby Digital Virtual Speaker Pro Logic II
* 20 Track Programme Play
* 1, All, A-B Repeat Play
* Shuffle Play
* MP3, WMA, DivX Decoding
* Daily (On/Off), Sleep Timer
* Dimmable Dot-matrix Fluorescent Display
* Binding Post Speaker Terminals

Additional Information

Colour Black
Output Power (RMS) Minimum 50w + 50w (4 ohms)
HDMI Out 1 (ver.1.2, 1080p)
Analog Out Component Video, Composite Video
Digital In iPod, USB
Digital Out 2 (Optical, Coaxial)
Preamp Out L&R + Subwoofer
Dimensions (mm) 214x110x360
Weight (kg) 4.1

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