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The Sony HomeShare NAC-SV10i is a docking station for iPhones and iPods that allows you to stream their content.

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The Sony HomeShare NAC-SV10i is a docking station for iPhones and iPods that allows you to stream their content. The NAC-SV10i dock connects to your existing home theater system and plays back music from the mobile device, or streams it to other HomeShare speakers throughout the home. This docking station has PartyStreaming functionality. PartyStreaming is a feature by Sony that allows you to play the same audio at the same time across all of your Sony components. With integrated 802.11b/g WiFi, you can use the built-in BRAVIA Internet Video music services, which give you access to music content sites, for more streaming options. The auxiliary input on this dock allows you to plug in other music sources, like MP3 players. This docking station differs from the higher cost NAS-SV20i model in that the NAS-SV20i has a speaker built into it, so that you can listen music on it directly without an external speaker (Sony recommends using their SA-NS400 and SA-NS300 network speakers with the NAC-SV10i). The Sony HomeShare NAC-SV10i docking station has DLNA server functionality, and so can be used to stream content to compatible PCs, TVs, and other DLNA devices.

Features
  • iPhone/iPod docking
  • Integrated Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) w/ WPS
  • PartyStreaming functionality
  • BRAVIA Internet Video music services
  • Takes AA batteries
  • DLNA server functionality
  • Android iPhone/iPod remote control function
  • Color: Black
  • AC Power Adaptor (AC-ES608K3)
  • Operating Instructions
  • Auxiliary input
  • Dimensions: 8.9" x 3.1" x 5.2"
  • Weight: 1.1lbs.
  • Quick Set up Guide
  • Remote Control

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Nitra
09/13/2012 03:46

I set this thing up and it saw my mac and was playing music from my computer....now one day it just didn't see it anymore and nothing do fixes it. What the hell happened and how do i get it to see my mac as server again???

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