By Your Electronic Warehouse
January 9, 2007

The iGroove SXT Hopes to Make a Profound Impact on the Digital Music World

Indianapolis, Indiana (1/08/07) – Klipsch has the digital music market buzzing with the announcement of their new iPod speaker system the iGroove SXT. This new version of the iGroove has received radical changes from the original in both looks and technology.

The speakers used by the iGroove SXT include dual 2.5-inch woofers in a ported enclosure, with premium crossovers and dual 1-inch MicroTractrix™ Horn-loaded tweeters that combine to produce a signature Klipsch sound.

The iGroove SXT charges all iPods that have a 30 prong connector, the charging dock also features universal inserts that allow the different versions of the iPod to fit firmly in place. There are also separate input plugs for the iPod Shuffle and other digital devices, as well as an S-Video output which will allow the user to view videos on a separate monitior.

Klipsch not only upgraded the speakers and charging device, it also gave the iGroove SXT a different look. It is now slimmer to adapt to a wall-mounting bracket (sold separately) and features a unique black cloth speaker cover to compliment the black finish.

The iGroove SXT will be available for purchase sometime in the month of April.

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6 comments on “Klipsch Unveils its New iGroove SXT MP3 Docking Station

  1. tom gallagher on said:

    Does the sxt run on batteries or does it need a wall source at all times?

  2. Your Electronic Warehouse on said:

    Tom,
    The iGroove SXT has to have a wall source. The only system we sell similar to this that is both portable (lithium-ion battery) and able to be plugged in is the Bose SoundDock Portable Digital Music System.

  3. autofill on said:

    CAN YOU TELL ME IF THIS CAN BE USED WITH THE MICROSOFT ZUNE MP3 PLAYER? THANKS

  4. Your Electronic Warehouse on said:

    Autofill,
    It can work with the Zune but it cannot be docked. You would need to connect it with an auxiliary cable (that would cost you around $10 dollars) and plug it into the auxiliary jack located in the rear of the system. You would still get great sound quality, it just wouldn’t charge.

  5. Frank Barnish on said:

    Sounds like what i am looking for; what is your price? A response is appreciated. Thanks, Frank.

  6. Electronics Guru on said:

    Frank:

    This particular model has been discontinued, but we offer a wide range of other MP3/iPod speakers and docks, such as the Bose® SoundDock®. They can be found here: http://www.4electronicwarehouse.com/c/ipod-mp3-speakers

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