Another day, another iPod dock – or so it seems. The Pioneer Hi-Fi X-CM30 does have one drawback which we think could be pretty major – it supports only iPods, which means those who tote iPhones won’t be able to enjoy the Pioneer experience. No idea on why Pioneer decided to gimp the compact Hi-Fi X-CM30 this way, but all’s said and done already. With this device, you can transport your videos and photos from the iPod over to the TV, while playing just about any format available which is stored on a CD or USB flash drive. If you ever get bored, there is the integrated FM tuner to get you going, pumping out what DJs are talking about via its 24W output (2x12W) speakers. Expect to see this model hit Japan this September for a yet undisclosed price point.
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