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Ralf Jurrien : July 12th 2007 - 12:56 CET

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AppleApple iPhone Tune Dog music system : PowerLinx, Inc. a developer, manufacturer, and seller of power line communication products and SeaView Underwater Camera Systems, announced that their Tune Dog music system will be 100% compatible with the new Apple iPhone. PowerLinx Tune Dog music system can connect to the Apple iPhone while it is charging or playing, whether in a docking station or not. The user simply connects the Apple iPhone to the Tune Dog sender and then speakers can be placed anywhere in the home where they are connected to the Tune Dog receiver. The Apple iPhone’s music is then transmitted through the home’s existing electrical wiring, delivering crystal-clear music through the speakers rather than the ear buds.
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Tune Dog gives the Apple iPhone owner a simple and easy to install method for listening to the music on their iPhone anywhere in their home. “We understood early on in the development of Tune Dog that it would have to work seemlessly with all of the Apple iPod line of products,” said PowerLinx CEO and Chairman Michael Tomlinson. “Our design and engineering deparent has made sure that, not only will Tune Dog do that, but it has been designed to integrate perfectly with Apple’s wildly popular new iPhone.”

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Since Tune Dog delivers high quality audio via the existing electrical wires in the home, it is not subject to interference and limited transmission distance that occurs using traditional Radio Frequency (RF) Wireless music systems. This makes the Tune Dog music system the perfect choice for wireless music transmission. “The Apple iPod, and now the Apple iPhone, has revolutionized how people can listen to their favorite music,” added Tomlinson. “We believe that when people begin to understand how easy it is to use Tune Dog with their portable music players, that will instantly see how Tune Dog will allow them the freedome and flexibility to enjoy their music even more.”

PowerLinx
PowerLinx, Inc. develops, manufactures and markets products and applications that transmit voice, video, audio and data either individually or in any and all combinations over power lines, twisted-pair wires and coax in AC and DC power environments, on any and all power grids. The Company has also developed, manufactured, and marketed different kinds of underwater video cameras, lights and accessories for the marine, commercial and consumer retail markets as well as accident avoidance systems for small and large vehicles.





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