Bose has put out the press release for their Bose Sounddock speaker system for the iPod and iPod mini (which we mentioned on September 1st), here’s what they had to say:
The Bose SoundDock system includes a proprietary acoustic design that delivers clear, full sound across the entire musical spectrum. Using an integrated system approach, the amplifiers, equalizers and speakers are matched; there is no need for the user to make complex adjustments to ensure superb acoustic performance. Patented integrated signal processing automatically adjusts tonal balance, so music sounds natural at any volume.
The Bose SoundDock system works with third and fourth-generation iPods, as well as the iPod miniand includes an infrared remote that can control the iPod from across the room. The system charges the iPod while in use, or when docked.
The Bose SoundDock digital music system measures 6 5/8â€³x 11 7/8â€³x 6 1/2â€³ deep. It features quick installation and intuitive operation. Consumers plug the power cord into a wall outlet, insert the iPod into the docking cradle, and play.
To complement the iPod and iPod mini design, the Bose SoundDock systemâ€™s industrial design is modern with a hi-gloss white finish. It is expected to sell for $299.