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The Pioneer XW-NAC1-K is an iPod and iPhone docking station released in June 2010.

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can listen to music while keeping the iPhone in your pocket

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easy tweaking of bass and treble levels

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fills in missing areas of the compressed sound, makes it seem fuller and richer

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automatic cross-fading between devices is smooth, sounds professional

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remote control is easy to use, doesn't need to be pointed precisely at the unit

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streams YouTube videos through RCA outputs

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Doesn't seem to be iPhone 4 compatible.

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Hi-Lite Scan function is a very slow and awkward way to find a song

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The Pioneer XW-NAC1-K is an iPod and iPhone docking station released in June 2010. As a “Dual Dock” this station features mixing support, meaning users can shuffle songs between two separately connected devices. Those who opt to purchase the similar XW-NAC3-K will receive built-in internet radio and DLNA home networking support. Compared to the differently featured XW-NAV1-K, this docking station lacks HDMI output and the ability to rip CDs to connected devices. Compatible products include the iPod classic, iPod nano (2nd- 5th gen), iPod touch (1st- 2nd gen) and all iPhone models. This dock also features built-in Bluetooth connectivity for wireless music transmission from PCs or mobile phones. Composite video out is supported, allowing for movies stored on Apple devices to be displayed on a larger screen. YouTube video from a connected iPhone can also be displayed externally through this dock. A remote control is included in the box.

  • Dual dock – slots for 2 Apple devices
  • Dual Mix shuffling
  • Built-in Bluetooth
  • Wireless music transmission
  • Composite video output
  • Mini-jack audio input
  • YouTube streaming support
  • Bass/treble controls
  • Sleep timer
  • Included remote control
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08/11/2011 08:12

I just got this as a gift, and think it's great! I was trying to figure out, though, if iphone images can appear while it's docked, or whether the only way to see images is through a tv connection. I play a lot of Youtube video and it would be great if I could get the image.

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