A Docking Station to perfect your sound
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A Docking Station to perfect your sound

Jung

Edited By Editorial Staff - 8 October 2010

The company of JUNG from Schalksmuehle presents an elegant flush-mounted Docking Station for your mp3-player, iPod or iPhone: the Music Centre complete with quality loudspeaker modules. The device is equipped with outputs for connection to hi-fi or multiroom systems and a stereo line-in for external music players.
Loudspeaker modules with integrated bass reflex enclosures ensure excellent sound. Control of the Music Centre is carried out conveniently via infrared remote control or directly at the device. Another convenient feature: the battery charging function for iPod and iPhone or mobile devices with mini USB connection does away with the need for external chargers.
The Music Centre and its loudspeaker modules are installed in standard wall boxes. In the single mount option, the loudspeakers can be arranged around the room at will. Then again, one has the option of combining the Music Centre and loudspeaker module with multiple frames. By combining two loudspeaker modules in a 3-gang frame, one can expect high-quality stereo sound.
Installation can be horizontal or vertical according to demand.

 

Jung
P.O. Box 1320
D - 58569 Schalksmühle
Tel. +49 2355 806553
Fax +49 2355 806254
E-mail: mail.vka@jung.de
www.jung.de

Jung Italia
Jürgen Lechl · Vicolo S. Florian, 36
I - 39040 Luson (BZ)
Tel. +39 3488968255
Fax: +39 348 208968255
E-mail: lechl.jung@dnet.it
www.jung-italia.it

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