KID iPod dock and Papa Dock amplifier

    The $1,500 Krell Interface Dock (KID) extracts audio from an iPod and handles it with the same care Krell lavishes on CDs. The KID can connect to any audio system, but its safest home is the $2,000 Papa Dock, a 150-watt-per-channel amplifier designed to cradle the KID. Add a good pair of speakers to the mix and your iPod will finally enjoy the venerable company it deserves.

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    Old-school audio engineering comes alive with this modern wonder of two-channel music reproduction…
    Delivering 300 watts per channel, the high-fidelity dual-mono amp can power just about any speaker...
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    With a carbon-fiber cabinet and an array of 28 drivers, the new speakers look and sound beautiful…
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    The camera features wireless technology along with other significant upgrades…
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