Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Yamaha PDX-60 Docking Station

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Yamaha. All opinions are 100% mine.

I am a huge music fan.  Always have been, always will.  For most of the past 30 years, I have had jobs in an office building.  Unfortunately in a lot of those buildings, I have never been able to get very good radio reception.  So for a lot of those years, I have had a CD boom box on my desk to listen to my music.  I used to have to lug around binders of CDs.  I was always limited to whatever I happened to have in my possession at the time.

So you can imagine how thrilled I was when the iPods came out.  About four years ago, I bought the 60GB video iPod.  I was no longer confined to the CDs that I could carry, but could carry my entire music collection in my pocket.  Nirvana!  My iPod has become almost a constant companion for me.  I especially enjoy taking it with me on plane trips since I can put the earbuds in and avoid any conversations with a chatty seat mate.

I also enjoy sitting in the living room listening to music while working on the computer.   When doing that, however, I don't normally like having the earbuds in so that I can hear the phone or have conversations with the family.  That's where a good docking station like the Yamaha PDX-60 comes in.

The PDX-60 takes advantage of Yamaha's yAired wireless technology.  The speaker is small enough to be placed just about anyplace without being in the way, or it can be moved easily from one room to another.  Your iPod can be charged and/or listened to in either the docking station itself or in the yAired cradle.  The cradle allows you to hold your iPod in your hand to select the tunes to listen to without having to be next to the docking station itself.  A pretty cool feature in my humble opinion.

There are a lot of choices for you if you are looking at a nice docking station for your iPod or iPhone.  The best ones are not cheap.  The Yamaha PDX-60 retails for about $300.  If you are in the market for such a device, you owe it to yourself to check out the PDX-60.

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