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MusiCase powered speakers and carrying case for iPods and MP3 players
Posted on 28-Jun-2005 10:43 | Tags Filed under: News


MusiCase powered speakers and carrying case for iPods and MP3 players
First International Digital, Inc. (FID) is introducing the MusiCase, a MP3 player accessory which combines two amplified stereo speakers with a carrying case.

MusiCase is made of a lightweight, durable nylon material, which allows users to store, protect, and transport their MP3 players and related accessories.

When connected to MusiCase's two internal speakers (1.8" and 1.1"), the MP3 player becomes a fully portable stereo system, powered by a built-in three-watt amplifier.

The MusiCase measures 5.8" x 4.8" x 2.0" and is powered by two AA batteries, which provide approximately 15 hours of music (depending on volume levels). A built-in loop allows for belt attachment and a detachable carrying strap is also included. MusiCase retails for US$19.99. For more information, visit .



More information: http://www.myirock.com...




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