Denon has unveiled an iPod dock that allows you to connect your iPod to your favourite Denon kit as well as stream internet radio via its built in Wi-Fi connection straight to your home stereo.
Called the ASD-3W, the dock due in October, will give users the ability to control tracks via a Denon onscreen interface that will feature album art, track details and more.
In addition to being able to allow users to connect an iPod, the ASD-3W will also give users the ability to stream songs directly from their PC or Mac. Supported files include WMA, AAC, MP3, WAV and FLAC for audio and JPEG for photos.
Users will also be able to connect to a network and access a list of over 7000 radio stations.
Coming complete with a small remote control Denon users will also be able to use their current remote if they wish.
Those not looking for Wi-Fi connectivity will be able to opt for a wired version; the ASD-3N.