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Polk I-Sonic adds iTunes tagging for HD Radio

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 08 Sep 2007 19:57 User comments (1)

Polk I-Sonic adds iTunes tagging for HD Radio Polk Audio has added some decent features to its I-Sonic Entertainment System 2 system, including an iPod dock and a new "iTunes tagging" system that works with HD Radio. While listening to a HD Radio broadcast, a user must only hit the Tag button on the device for it to download all the information on the song currently being played and upload the information to a connected iPod.
The next time the iPod is synced with iTunes, a playlist will automatically be created that consists of all the tagged songs so the user can now sample or buy them. The device also features video output that works with the video iPod models. The device will go on sale next month with a hefty price tag of $500.

The I-Sonic Entertainment System 2 has had some feature cut from its predecessor, which costs $100 more, including a CD / DVD player and XM Satellite Radio support.


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111.9.2007 2:25

seems that this could be because of the recent apple anouncment about the new devices.

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