Pioneer decided to jump aboard the iPhone-capable speaker dock industry with four more models hitting the market, with the XW-NAS3 that you see above being a direct port of the system which was first unveiled in Europe, where you get a pretty decent 2.1-channel, 60W system for audio. You can connect wirelessly via Bluetooth by throwing $99 at an optional adapter, while the plain XW-NAS3 will hit the market at the end of this month for $449. As for the XW-NAC1 and XW-NAC3, these are more unorthodox looking dual docks known as Dual Mix, where it can shuffle music between two connected players in order to offer more variety. They already come with Bluetooth support and video outputs, although the XW-NAC3 has an Ethernet jack to boot while supporting audio streaming from DLNA-supporting computers. Both will ship in June for $349 and $449 respectively. Last but not least would be the XW-NAV1K that boasts a DVD player as well, and you can also rip CDs to MP3s on a connected USB flash drive. Hitting the markets this June, it will retail for $299.
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