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Revo Introduces K2 Terrestrial and Internet Radio
Lanark, Scotland - Aug 31 - Revo Technologies has introduced its K2 digital radio, which is capable of delivering reception of a wide variety of radio formats including DAB, DAB+, FM and Internet radio. K2's hardware specifications include a large, graphic, secret-until-lit OLED display, a motorized dock for Apple devices, and an array of connection options including stereo RCA and digital optical out, Apple video out, and 3.5mm headphone jack.
The K2 is compatible with Revo's new RadioControl App for Apple’s iPod and iPhone. This application acts as a full remote control to select DAB, FM, Internet radio, Last.fm, and provides control for volume up/down, play, pause, love/ban and EQ settings.
The K2 will go on-sale worldwide on Oct. 17 with a suggested retail price of about $500.
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