(1) Philips BTM630/37 Bluetooth Micro Hi-Fi Stereo System with iPod Dock, SD slot, USB, CD, AM/FM, EQ
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And the memories that don't involve watching Voltron after school probably include getting that phone call from a friend or relative that started with "Hey! You won't believe where I'm calling you from!"
The Philips BTM630/37 Docking Entertainment System opens up this feeling for a whole new generation. With the built-in microphone and Bluetooth compatibility, it's finally possible to make phone calls through a stereo. Welcome to the future, everybody!
When you're not doing that, you'll be able to enjoy all types of music, from iPods to AM/FM radio. If you've got the old style iPod or iPhone, you can charge it up while you listen. If you don't, you can use the 3.5mm jack, There's also a USB port, an SD/MMC card slot, and a CD player that can even rip CDs. No need to boot the computer just to get that one track!
Really, though, there's only one solid reason to buy the Philips BTM630/37 Docking Entertainment System. The two seconds of amazement that will come from saying "No, man, I'll calling you through my stereo system!" That's even better than that time they killed Sven. You were born to die, brother.
Playback mobile phone and PC music via Bluetooth® technology
Built-in microphone and speakers for hands-free mobile calls
Auto switch between telephone calls and music playback
Play and charge your iPod (see compatible list below)
USB Direct and SD/MMC card slots for MP3/WMA music playback
One-touch MP3 digital recording in 2X speed - no pc needed
Dynamic Bass Boost for deep and dramatic sound
Digital Sound Control for optimized music style settings
30W RMS total output power
Elegant design with super slim CD slot
All-in-one remote control for the system and your iPod
One-touch 2x recording speed, Simply plug in your USB mass storage device to the USB port on Philips audio system and start recording your favorite music from CDs to your USB device or MP3 player in 2X speed - with one touch operation and no computer needed
Dynamic Bass Boost maximizes your music enjoyment by emphasizing the bass content of the music throughout the range of volume settings - from low to high - at the touch of a button! Bottom-end bass frequencies usually get lost when the volume is set at a low level. To counteract this, Dynamic Bass Boost can be switched on to boost bass levels, so you can enjoy consistent sound even when you turn down the volume
Digital Sound Control offers you a choice of pre-set Jazz, Rock, Pop and Classic controls you can use to optimize the frequency ranges for different musical styles. Each mode uses graphic equalizing technology to automatically adjust the sound balance and enhance the most important sound frequencies in your chosen music style. Ultimately, Digital Sound Control makes it easy for you get the most out of your music by precisely adjusting the sound balance to match the type of music you are playing
Bluetooth profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, Handsfree, Headset
Bluetooth range: Line of sight, 10M or 30FT
USB: USB host
SD/MMC card slot
Headphone: 3.5 mm
Cradle playback mode: Charging iPod, Play and Pause, Next and Previous track, Fast forward and backward
Loader Type: Motorised, Slot
Playback Media: WMA-CD, MP3-CD, CD, CD-R, CD-RW
Disc Playback Modes: Fast Forward/Backward, Next/Previous Track Search, Repeat Play, Shuffle Play
Programmable Tracks: 20
USB Direct Modes: Delete, Play/Pause, Previous/Next, Program Play, Repeat, Shuffle
A cartoon penguin gives them fits. Nintendo gags make them gag with
bile. They are the sworn enemies of all things cutesy. They'll tell
anyone who listens about our acute lack of taste. To them, slogan
t-shirts are the moral equivalent of genocide. And don't get them
started on the Derby.
But it's funny...when we do commission a
daily shirt with a more considered, refined aesthetic approach - like
today's Van Goghkusai botanicalesque waves - there's nobody here but us
crickets. The cute stuff flies off the shelves like marshmallow pegasi.
The cartoony shirts move faster than Tom after a hotfoot from Jerry.
But when we throw the art supremacists a bone, they barely give it a
So today's the day. If you've had your fill of the
adorable cannibal-animals and the anthropomorphic vegetables, here's
your chance to step up or shut up - all in the name of art, of course.
Wear this shirt: to show the rest of us that you wouldn't be caught dead wearing a robot cartoon.
Don't wear this shirt:
while you're surfing. Because it's lame to wear a shirt while you're
surfing. Unless you're just web surfing, in which case a shirt is
This shirt tells the world: "My cultural memory extends back even further than Pong."
We call this color: Asphalt Surface.
Design Placement: Centered
3X - S: 14" x 11.87"
WXL - K4: 9" x 7.63"
Just look at the very name of the winery. Owners Tim & Steph
Busch say it symbolizes (appropriately enough) three different things.
First up, there's the Christian Trinity of Father, Son, and Holy
Spirit. If you believe that God put grapes here for us, what better way
to say thanks than by turning them into transcendent Zinfandel? Then
there are the three essential wine ingredients, according to Trinitas:
sun, soil, and humanity.
Finally, there are the three C's in Contra Costa
County. Zinfandel partisans will certainly recognize the name as the
premier growing area for Zin in the United States. They've been growing
wine grapes in CC County long enough that
Prohibition cramped their style for a little while. But only for a
little while. And the county's sandy soils protected the rootstock from
the phylloxera epidemic that wiped out vineyards in large swaths of
Napa and Sonoma. So today most of the vines in Contra Costa are between
85 and 135 years old, making them the green eminences of the California
And then there's our favorite Trinitas trio:
the three bottles you see before you today. A wild 2005 growing season
brought cold, wet weather early on; unseasonable warmth in March; then
a cool late spring that threatened to produce unevenly mature fruit.
But a sunny, warm summer and the hardiness of these old vines saved the
day. Our palate says the 2005 Zinfandel and 2005 Mataro came through it
just fine. The former is a classic CCC Zin
with an exuberant black fruit character laced with white pepper, spice,
coffee, chocolate, and vanilla. The dark ruby Mataro - which you may
know as Mourvedre - hails from a very small vineyard of some of the
county's oldest vines, and comes bearing rich notes of black raspberry,
vanilla, plum, black pepper, and chocolate. A splash of Petite Sirah
enhances the color and structure, producing a red that cries out for
grilled lamb with rosemary or grilled pork chops with olive tapenade.
from all that growing-season drama, the 2004 Zinfandel Bigalow Vineyard
got an early start with a warm spring and enjoyed a mild, foggy summer
for one of the best vintages in recent memory. The 120-year-old,
dry-farmed, sandy-soiled Bigalow Vineyard didn't hurt, either - nor did
the small amount of Mataro grapes field-blended into this wine. A
powerful examplar of the Oakley terroir's dusty raspberry and
blackberry flavors, this Zinfandel is what people mean when they talk
about Contra Costa County Zin.
The soil, the sun, the skill.
The Trinitas philosophy holds that they all must come together to
produce wine worthy of the Trinitas label. And they put that philosophy
into action every day - three bottles at a time, of course.