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Harman Kardon The Bridge II iPod Docking Station

Harman Kardon The Bridge II iPod Docking Station

Harman Kardon The Bridge II iPod Docking Station

B&H # HATBIIP MFR # THE BRIDGE II
Harman Kardon The Bridge II iPod Docking Station

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With Harman Kardon's The Bridge II iPod Docking Station you can safely and confidently integrate your iPod into your home entertainment system. The Bridge II lets you transfer your favorite iPod tunes directly to your home stereo with a single, simple connection. You can also control and navigate through your iPod with your home stereo remote control while your iPod charges.

Compatible with Home Stereo System
With this one single connection you can attach your iPod to any Harman Kardon "bridge-ready" receiver. This means you can play your iPod music through your Harman Kardon receivers.
Use a Remote
When using 'The Bridge II' you can transform your iPod into a Harman Kardon product and use your home remote to control all of its functions.
Easy Navigation
Use the on-screen navigation to easily select your tracks and play whatever tunes suit your mood.
Charges Your iPod
It not only integrates your iPod into your home stereo system but also charges your iPod while you are using it.
In the Box
Harman Kardon The Bridge II iPod Docking Station
  • Product Manual
  • 4 x Extra Bridge Inserts
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
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    Specifications
    Input and Output Connectors Interchangeable inserts for various iPods
    Power Requirements Not specified by the manufacturer
    Dimensions (HxWxD) 1.2 x 4.5 x 4.5" (30 x 114 x 114mm)
    Weight 0.37 lbs (167g)
    Packaging Info
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.1 x 8.9 x 4.4"

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