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The Yamaha PDX-60 is an iPod/iPhone docking station / soundbar featuring a wireless base.

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Pros

Charging Dock is not connected to speaker. (Can put Charger on your night stand and place the speaker on you dresser)

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yAired Tech is Lossless PCM and has Minimal Latency so you can watch videos

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Sounds great

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The Yamaha PDX-60 is an iPod/iPhone docking station / soundbar featuring a wireless base that automatically detects and streams data from compatible Apple products. It utilizes yAired, a proprietary 2.4GHz wireless technology, to wireless air music to and through the speakers from a distance of 30 to 50 feet. There’s also an included remote control for managing the playlist while comfortably seated on a nearby sofa. As for the audio, the system relies on dual 3.25” bass-reflex speakers and an integrated digital amplifier to output music along a 60Hz-20kHz frequency range. The PDX-60 is compatible with iPhone and most recent models of the iPod. And perhaps most importantly, it is available in four exciting colors.

Features
  • iPod/iPhone Docking Station
  • Wireless Base Station
  • 2.4GHz Wireless Technology
  • Wireless Remote Control
  • Dual Bass-Reflex Speakers
  • Integrated Digital Amplifier
  • Versatile Color Options
Specifications
  • Compatibility: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPod Classic, iPod Nano, iPod 5th Gen
  • Frequency: 60Hz-20kHz
  • Type: Bass-Reflex Speakers
  • Woofer: Dual 3-1/4” Full-Range Cone
Model Variations
  • PDX-60BL | Black
  • PDX-60BU | Blue
  • PDX-60GY | Gray
  • PDX-60PI | Pink
Post Review
Cdpage
03/12/2010 05:08

This turned out to be a pretty great unit. The sound that came from it was surprising. I was quite pleased.

The colours have a little bit to be had... but to each there own.

Price vs Performance,
I would say is pretty close when looking at the PDX-30, (non-wireless version).
The premium for the wireless function is a bit much for me... but for what it does, this might be worth it to some.

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