Slip your iPod or iPhone into the stylish dock and charge your iPod’s battery while you are synchronising with iTunes Library on your Mac or PC. Touch a button and switch effortlessly between PC/Mac, iPod/iPhone or other connected sound sources.
Whether you’re enjoying music, movies or games through the computer speakers, you’ll experience powerful, involving high-quality Sony sound.
Lower frequencies are handled by the 40W sub-woofer that features a large, long bass reflex duct for powerful bass. It’s teamed with 2x10W satellite speakers to deliver a brilliantly detailed soundstage with crisp highs and smooth mids.
The stylish dock features convenient controls for power, volume, bass, synchronisation with iTunes and switch between the connected audio sources. Connections include a stereo mini plug for an MP3 player or other audio sources. There’s also a headphone jack if you want to enjoy your favourite sounds in privacy without disturbing others.
Also included with the computer speakers, the handy remote commander controls power, mute, play/pause, volume, bass, song browse and select from iPod/iPhone, next/previous track and switch between the connected audio sources (iPod/iPhone, PC/Mac, MP3 or other source).
The SRS-GD50iP integrated PC speaker system/dock for iPod / iPhone is available now.
Sony is engaged in a constant review of its manufacturing, operational and business practices to ensure that its products are developed in an environmentally responsible way. This approach can broadly be divided into three areas:
All seven models consume only 0.3W in Standby mode.
Over 85% power efficiency of amplifier block is achieved with the full digital amplifier, S-Master.
Halogenated materials can pose a risk to the environment if disposed of improperly. To minimize this risk, halogen-free flame retardants are used in certain printed wiring boards.
Corrugated cardboard is not used for the packaging cushions. Packaging cushions are made from paper.
Sony is determined to lead the way as a responsible manufacturer, and as a result we are focussing on three key areas of investment:
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Reducing CO2 gas emissions
Increasing the percentage of renewable energy used in manufacturing facilities
Minimising the resources used by our factories in manufacturing
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