Just in time for the Holidays, First Act announces the release of its
DK1000 high performance iPod docking station that doubles as a guitar
amplifier. Music lovers can not only amplify their iPods with this unique
docking station, but plug in their acoustic or electric guitars and play
along with their MP3 playlists as well.
With a stylish retro look and a powerful 40-watt RMS stereo amplifier, this
innovative and affordable iPod docking station is powered by the
Boston-based lifestyle music brand’s patented V-Stack technology and is
ideal for anyone wanting to play along with their favorite songs.
The DK1000 boasts a two-way speaker system with four-inch woofers and ¾ inch
tweeters and an auxiliary stereo input for gaming devices, microphones,
other portable MP3 players or musical instruments. Just like First Act’s
guitar amps, the DK1000 includes variable tone and switchable gain channels
for different guitar tones – bringing the player closer to the sounds of
their favorite guitarists.
First Act’s Director of Consumer Electronics, Michael Strange says, “The
DK1000 was created as the first in a series of high quality, well engineered
products for music lovers. It’s a natural step in the evolution of a
company dedicated to making well-crafted products available to music lovers
at every level, and in every price range.”
Not only does the DK1000 appeal to the everyday player, but professionals as
well. Lifehouse guitarist Ben Carey plans to take the docking station on
tour to have a reliable and portable amp/docking station during his travels.
Guitarist Adam Gardner of Guster also raves about the product.
The DK1000 can be purchased on Amazon.com. Click here for more information: