Sharp launching Bluetooth friendly All-in-One Hi-Fi System

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Sharp is hitting the market with a new all-in-one Hi-Fi system, designed to let you enjoy all your music, in any format, including the now (almost) obligatory Bluetooth support.

It's powered by two 25 Watt RMS digital amps and features 'smart' Hi-Fi Sound settings with Bass, Treble and XBASS and is compatible with all versions of the iPad, iPhone and iPod.

As well as the Bluetooth and CD player, the DK-KP85PH also lets you play music stored as MP3/WMA files from a USB stick and includes a FM/AM radio with RDS and 40 presets.

The system sports a slim and vertical design, in a piano black finish, meaning it can be free-standing or wall-mounted and it also includes a docking station so you can charge your iPad2 (via USB-Host), iPhone or iPod, while you listen to music.

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Accessories offered with the DK-KP85PH include a remote control and an iPad stand, to securely hold your tablet. The DK-KP85PH will also be available without Bluetooth functionality as the DK-KP82PH.

The Sharp DK-KP85PH and DK-KP82PH all-in-one systems will be available to buy this autumn at an estimated retail price of £179.99.
 

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