Teac CD-X10i and MC-DX22i NXT-enabled CD Players With iPod Dock

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These two ultra-thin CD players from Teac not only include two Hollywood-actress-slim speakers and a subwoofer, they also include an iPod dock. The CD player supports regular CDs along with MP3 CDs, CD-R and CD-RW discs. An AM/FM tuner also allows you to listen to the barren wasteland known as drive-time radio now that Howard Stern's moved to satellite.


Of course the more important feature for us on the CD-X10i (left) and MC-DX22i (right) is the iPod dock. It fits all standard dock-compatible iPods and charges your iPod while playing. The CD-X10i will be $249 and the MC-DX22i will be $299 when they're available later in August.

Press Release [NX Sound]


I bought TEAC CD-X10i a few weeks back and noticed that the volume control on the remote and the base unit stops functioning after you have played a song on a CD that is more than 4 minutes long. Isn't that weird? Are you wondering that I have lost my mind? I took the unit back and got another one. Same problem. This volume control stops responding only if the song is longer than 4 minutes. After the volume stopped responding during CD playback, I switched to the tuner and there was no audio until I powered the unit off and turned it back on.

Please try adjusting the volume after a single song has played for over 4 minutes and let me know I am not alone.

This unit is going back to the store again.