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Store, Organize, and Release your music with the new GIGA JUKE™ Hard Disk Drive Hi fi Audio
Written by Gizmo   
Wednesday, 28 March 2007 07:40


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Now it’s easier than ever to enjoy all your digital tunes – and the rest of your precious music collection – with superb quality when you’re relaxing at home. The perfect partner for today’s digital lifestyles, the new Sony NAS-50HDE and NAC-HD1E GIGA JUKE HDD Audio dramatically simplifies storage of your music collection without the need for a PC.

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The GIGA JUKE stores, labels, and organizes your music in its massive internal hard drive using unique intelligent software. When you’re ready to go on the move, it’s easy to release your music: GIGA JUKE can transfer your favourite tunes directly to your WALKMAN® or other portable audio players no PC needed.

The GIGA JUKE can store up to an incredible 40,000* music tracks on its 80GB (System) 250GB (Deck) hard disk drive. Music files can be imported from virtually any source and stored in a choice of popular MP3, ATRAC and Linear PCM audio formats.

The GIGA JUKE can save tracks from a connected PC to free up valuable space on your computer’s hard drive. It can also rip audio tracks from music CD sources at up to 16x speed – faster than any other audio system on the market. GIGA JUKE can even record directly from non-digital sources via its analogue Audio Input to breathe fresh life into your treasured collection of vinyl records and tape cassettes. For the ultimate in convenience, ‘Auto Title Labelling’** tags each track with artist, album, track title, genre and release year. This information is displayed on the clear, bright 4.3” colour LCD display.

If you want to hear your favourite radio shows again and again, GIGA JUKE can also record radio programs into its Hard Disk Drive with the timer function. What’s more, the unique new ‘Radio Music Channel’ feature intelligently analyses recorded broadcasts, separating music and talk.

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