Hot Deal: Teac SR-80i Red iPhone/iPod Docking Station: $89.99
World Wide Stereo is knocking $90 off the price of Teac's tabletop unit, but you'd better be quick!
April 10, 2012 by EH Staff

Yesterday, we posted the Teac W-890R-B Double Cassette Deck as our hot deal of the day. Today, we’re looking to put Teac into another area of your home.

World Wide Stereo has listed the Teac SR-80i Red iPhone/iPod Dock for just $89.99. To get that discounted price, you will have to use the coupon code DAILYDEAL during checkout. That should score you $90 off the list price of this iPhone/iPod docking station.

As part of the company’s Designer series, the SR-80i promises powerful bass and high fidelity. This model pumps 15 watts out of each of its two speakers, and has an AM/FM PLL synthesized tuner, a USB port, and a video output for TV use. It also includes something called the iPod Digital Direct feature, which can decode and play back the digital data stream directly from an iPod or iPhone.

It’s also important to note that this discount is on the red version of the SR-80i, so don’t expect to pick your favorite color. That said, it should blend nicely into almost any bedroom, kitchen, office, or other area where you may want to park your iPod or iPhone.

Just remember to use the coupon code above, if you want the absolute lowest price on this deal—and do it soon! This is World Wide Stereo’s Daily Deal, which means that the offer ends at the end of the day today (Tuesday, April 10, 2012) or whenever the retailer runs out of stock.

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