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HolidayBuyer's Guide

Ion Prodock LP

Ion Tailgater

Ion Anyroom

Ion iCapture

Ion iCue 2

Ion Jamdock

Ion Prodock LP

Ion Profile LP

Ion Proflash LP

Ion Tailgater

The Ion Prodock LP records directly from vinyl onto an iPod without requiring a computer connection. The LP-conversion system features a turntable with an onboard dock for iPod. The Prodock LP is due in Spring of 2009, with a retail price of $199. Note: foam iPod not included.
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The Ion Tailgater is a small, rechargeable, powered speaker. It retails for $199 and includes an iPod dock, two mic inputs, and an RCA aux input.
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The Ion Anyroom system consists of two stereo speakers and a wireless iPod adapter that allows for wireless music streaming up to 600 feet. Anyroom is due in spring of 2009 with a retail price of $199.
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The Ion iCapture is a stereo, handheld, audio-recorder accessory for the iPod. The high-quality built-in microphones are useful for capturing musical performances, interviews, meetings, and lectures. Recordings can remain on the user's iPod for mobile listening or be transferred to a computer. No price has been announced for the iCapture, but you can expect to see it in Spring of 2009.
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The Ion iCue 2 is a hardware and software package for digital DJs. The iCue 2 software (PC only) allows you to load your digital music collection and manage playback using features such as EQ, tempo control, crossfading, cue control, and effects. The hardware portion of the iCue 2 system offers wireless control of the software, using two jog wheels, a backlit LCD, and a variety of buttons and faders. The product is due out in Spring of 2009, with no pricing announced as yet.
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The Ion Jamdock offers an easy way for musicians to integrate their iPods into their practice or live-performance setups. Users get a simple interface with volume knob for their iPods and a gain control knob for their instrument inputs. Pricing has not been announced.
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The Ion Prodock LP records directly from vinyl onto an iPod without requiring a computer connection. The LP-conversion system features a turntable with an onboard dock for iPod. The Prodock LP is due in Spring of 2009, with a retail price of $199.
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The Ion Profile LP is a basic, stylish turntable that includes a USB connection for recording vinyl directly to your computer. The Profile LP is due in Spring of 2009, with a retail price of $99.
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The Ion Proflash LP includes all the features of the Ion Profile LP, but adds the convenience of recording directly to SD Flash media cards. Proflash LP is due in Spring of 2009, with a retail price of $149.
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The Ion Tailgater is a small, rechargeable, powered speaker. It retails for $199 and includes an iPod dock, two mic inputs, and an RCA aux input.
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