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Unique features include a guitar and microphone input with mixing capabilities making this a full featured device. In addition, there's a CD player that can handle MP3 and WMA file playback, and an FM tuner. A remote control makes it easy to operate while a shoulder strap makes it easy to carry.
- High-Power Portable Audio System with Dual Subwoofers
- Remote Control
- iPad stand
|Manufacturer Part Number||GX-M10|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.sharpusa.com|
|Product Name||High-Power Portable Audio System with Dual Subwoofers|
|Marketing Information||With heart-pumping sound and eye-catching design, the GX-M10 brings the boom back to portable audio. This powerful 100-watt portable audio system delivers wave after wave of powerful bass from its dual subwoofers and bass enhancement circuitry. The tubular shape turns heads and helps deliver crisp and clear sound. There's a built-in dock for iPod and iPhone, which is shielded from the elements by a protective door, so taking music to the streets is never a problem. On the front of the unit is a USB port for connection of iPad and/or USB Host for playback of music files stored on a USB mass storage device. Aspiring musicians will love the guitar and microphone input with mixing capabilities. In addition, there's a CD player that can handle MP3 and WMA file playback, and an FM tuner. A remote control makes it easy to operate while a shoulder strap makes it easy to carry.|
|Product Type||Radio/CD Player BoomBox|
|Station Presets||40 - FM|
|RMS Output Power||100 W|
|Number of Speakers||2|
|Speaker Form Factor||Integrated|
|Apple Dock Interface||Yes|
|Input Voltage||12 V DC|
|Weight (Approximate)||17.90 lb|
|ProductTitle||Sharp High-Power Portable Audio System with Dual Subwoofers - 1 x Disc - 100 W Integrated - Apple Dock Interface - Bronze - CD-DA, MP3, WMA - USB|
|Limited Warranty||1 Year|
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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday, May 29, 2013.