Krell's Papa Dock baby-sits its iPod KID

This system aims to satisfy iPod fanboys and uncompromising audiophiles alike.

Audio Junkies

This is one product that aims to satisfy iPod fanboys and uncompromising audiophiles alike. Krell's Papa Dock and KID combo is a step ahead of the competition, designed based on an old-school separate component approach to fine music.

The KID may also be a first of its kind, featuring performance-centric class A electronics, high-end balanced XLR audio output and a built-in iPod dock, all in a beefy 10-pound metallic kit, according to Audio Junkies. Designed to complement the KID is the Papa Dock, which holds the above-mentioned deck and provides up to 150 watts of clean high-current amplification for your speakers.

To maintain a near-seamless experience, the amplifier is further loaded with an auto-sensing function and powers up on demand. The Krell KID and Papa Dock are priced at $1,500 and $2,500, respectively.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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