Grundig reveals new docking range and first free speaker app for iPhone

Macworld Australia Staff
14 July, 2011
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Press Release

14th July 2011 – Grundig today announces the introduction of its exciting new Docking and first ever app range which includes an array of inspiring products that will have something for everyone.

The Docking and App range has been specifically designed to ensure that no matter what iPod/iPhone model you have there is a stylish, clever Dock to suit you.

‘In creating in the new range, we have been very careful to ensure that the products and apps are user friendly and will enable them to turn their iPhones and iPods into complete audio systems’ say Bush Australia, Sales Director Brian Rodgers.

The impressive range will start at just $79.95 and will include models with rotatable displays so units can be used to play Videos, Apps or Games directly on-screen in either portrait or landscape view or users can connect their Dock via Video Out to their home TV to watch videos, YouTube clips or movies from their iPhone & iPod for a surround experience.

The new Grundig App range (Available for FREE via iTunes) has been created to complement and add additional features and benefits to selected Grundig Dock models. Apps will allow users to turn their Apple device and Grundig Product in to a; FM Radio, Internet Radio, Dual Alarm Clock, Weather Forecaster and much much more. The App will be required by select models to ensure users utilise their audio product and enable them to upgrade their unit from just a simple Dock to an exciting audio entertainment unit.

“Our Docking and App range is a very logical step and will see some great products and apps being released under the Grundig brand. Docking Speaker Systems are the new home audio system, with the majority of the Australians owning at least one iPod type product, so we are sure that this range will be a hit with all customers”.

The first in the Docking range is the exciting App-Driven Alarm Clock Radio with Dock for iPhone (IPD02) and is the perfect audio accessory as it is stylish, innovative and easy to use. This new model includes the launch of the first Grundig iPhone App.

The free Grundig G1 App will enable users to utilise the in- built FM Radio and the Dual Alarm Clock function and upgrade this speaker into an FM Alarm Clock Radio. This amazing compact Dock will retail for just $79.95 and is sure to be a hit with all iPhone users.

Grundig App-Driven Alarm Clock Radio with Dock for iPhone – RRP $79.95 features include:

  • Dock for iPhone and iPod     Charge & Music Playback from the iPhone & iPod
  • Watch YouTube Videos, Movies, Run Apps and Play Games while Docked
  • Inbuilt FM Tuner     2W Speaker Power Output
  • Snooze and Dimmer (Power on and Standby Mode) Function
  • Powered by Mains
  • Grundig G1 iPhone App Includes:

Dual Alarm Clock with wake to iPhone FM Control Weather Information Customisable UI

The next in the range is the incredible Grundig Stereo Speaker System with Dock for iPhone (IPS01). This stylish Speaker System is easy to use and will allow users to charge their iPhone or iPod whilst they listen to music, watch YouTube Videos or Movies, Run Apps or Play Games. To maximise the user experience the Dock is also rotatable for premium functionality whilst watching movies while Docked. Also the IPS01 provides users with the ability to watch their favourite clips on a big screen TV via the video output function.

  • Grundig Stereo Speaker System with Dock for iPhone – RRP $99 features include:
  • Dock for iPhone and iPod
  • Charge & Music Playback from the iPhone & iPod
  • 4 EQ Settings
  • LCD Display Clock
  • Auxiliary Input
  • iPhone/iPod Video Output
  • Watch YouTube Videos, Movies, Run Apps and Play Games while Docked
  • Sleep Function
  • Battery Back Up
  • Auto Time Update From iPhone
  • 2 x 3W RMS Speaker Power Output
  • Rotatable Portrait & Widescreen Dock
  • Remote Control

Also the range will also see the launch of a variety of iPad Docks as well, to be released in the coming months. For more information about Grundig Docking products, please call (02) 9714 3414 or visit

or media enquiries please contact Jacqueline Hickman from Bush Australia on 02 9714 3414.

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