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    Wadia 170iTransport

    wadiaThe Wadia iTransport (which is certified Made for iPod®) turns any currently available iPod player into a high-end media server by providing a bit-perfect digital audio output to your audio/video system, bypassing the player’s internal D/A conversion and output stage. The audio signal remains pure, providing CD-quality resolution from full-resolution file formats such as .WAV and .m4a (Apple® Lossless).

    iTransport is one of the first such products to access video content stored on currently available iPods. Wadia incorporates a bit-perfect S/PDIF digital audio output and high-resolution component digital video output, as well as analog audio and video outputs for easy connection with most audio/video systems. The iTransport is compatible with all currently available (Q1 2008) iPod players, as well as iPhone® and iPod Touch® models.

    This device is a pioneer in its category, turning a tiny iPod into a superior performing media player that would rival any high-end home theater system. It’s conversion process performs some type of magic, converting even sub-par digital quality tracks into well-sounding, CD-quality music. ($399.95,

    David Novak
    David Novak
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