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Onkyo UP-A1 Dock for the iPod (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Easy Connection via Universal Port
  • iPhone/iPod Automatically Recharged When Placed in Dock
  • Control via Compatible A/V Receiver’s Remote Controller
  • Track Lists and Song Information Displayed via Compatible A/V Receiver’s Onscreen Display
  • Direct Change (Automatically Switches Input Source to iPhone/iPod) and Play
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Onkyo UP-A1 Dock for the iPod (Discontinued by Manufacturer) + Onkyo UWF-1 Wireless LAN Adapter + Onkyo TX-8050 Network Stereo Receiver (Black)
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Product Specifications

Brand NameOnkyo
Color NameBlack

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 3.3 x 2.9 inches ; 5.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0026RHPSU
  • Item model number: UP-A1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,213 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

Product Description

Product Description

With Onkyo’s latest Dock for the iPod, it’s now easy to incorporate the iPhone into your home entertainment system. The UP-A1 helps to expand the possibilities for enjoying your iPhone or iPod’s music, movies, TV shows, music videos, and video podcasts. It draws a steady power supply from your compatible Onkyo AV receiver via the same convenient cable that delivers video and audio signals to the receiver. The UP-A1 also offers handy features found on previous Onkyo docks: recharging capability; onscreen display for content navigation and selection; and remote operability via your A/V receiver’s remote controller. To bring proven Onkyo sound quality and the potential of big-screen video playback to your iPhone or iPod, look no further than the UP-A1. Compatible models include Onkyo’s 2009 range of A/V receivers (i.e. TX-SR507 and higher).

From the Manufacturer

With Onkyo’s latest Dock for the iPod, it’s now easy to incorporate the iPhone into your home entertainment system. The UP-A1 helps to expand the possibilities for enjoying your iPhone or iPod’s music, movies, TV shows, music videos, and video podcasts. It draws a steady power supply from your compatible Onkyo AV receiver* via the same convenient cable that delivers video and audio signals to the receiver. The UP-A1 also offers handy features found on previous Onkyo docks: recharging capability; onscreen display for content navigation and selection; and remote operability via your A/V receiver’s remote controller. To bring proven Onkyo sound quality and the potential of big-screen video playback to your iPhone or iPod, look no further than the UP-A1. *Compatible models include Onkyo’s 2009 range of A/V receivers (i.e. TX-SR507 and higher).

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It works great for our Onkyo receiver and video and sound are nice.
Babber
Downside: the dock does not support video playback on the TV, nor does it display any album art that is on the iPod.
Atlanta David
Works great , can controll IPod , iPhone with onkyo receiver remote .
Frank Brost

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 46 people found the following review helpful By B. Dwyer on September 5, 2009
Recently started to upgrade the home entertainment system. Wanted to eliminate all of the cables and get better video. Added a Sony blu-ray player and Onkyo TX-SR507. That installation is easy, you simply plug in the HDMI cables. I had XM running on the sound system for my home music. Recently found Pandora, and love that it provides music and NO taking like XM has become. I was a little nervous when I saw the previous reviews on this item. But, I had the right receiver so it should work?! The installation began with me on the floor with the iPod in the Onkyo UP-A1 and the wife ready to call out instructions. I plugged the cord into the Universal Port in the receiver, turn on the iPod and pushed the receiver's 'Port' selector and the music began to playing through the system. It could not be more simple. Just make sure you have the right receiver.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By H. Huang on December 25, 2009
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Not sure how so many people can have such problems getting this to work. If your Onkyo receiver has the port, you just plug it in. Done. On your iPod/iPhone, make sure your video is set to Widescreen and NTSC and you're all set. Works great and looks nice. My only criticism is the price. I got it included with my purchase of the Onkyo TX-SR707. But if I hadn't, I'm not sure I would have bought it just because the price is so high for a mere dock. For $29, you could buy the "official" Apple dock and have an extra USB port. Plus, it'd be more versatile since it uses a standard audio out plug and you can plug it into some small battery powered speakers for a portable solution to playing your music out loud. The advantages of this dock are that it uses a single cable for power and audio/video out, and the glossy black is nice looking if you want it to blend in with the rest of your equipment. If you can get it for under $50 or in some deal which includes it, sure get it. At full price (or obviously if you don't own an Onkyo receiver with a compatible port), I'd pass. Or at least wait until you come across a good deal.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Racko Black on August 29, 2009
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***** Onkyo TX-SR607 AV Receiver
Onkyo TX-SR607 7.2-Channel A/V Surround Home Theater Receiver (Black)
***** Onkyo DV-CP706 DVD Changer
Onkyo DV-CP706B 6-Disc DVD Player (Black)
*** Onkyo UP-A1 iPod Dock
Onkyo UP-A1 Dock for the iPod

I replaced my 10+ year old Onkyo AV receiver and DVD changer with these units in August, 2009. Got them all from Amazon. Was able to save $25 by getting the UP-A1 refurbished.

Amazon pricing and service was great, no surprises there.

These units all work very well together. The DVD Changer shows the most improvement over the 10+ year old model. The menus are much faster to load.

UP-A1: The receiver recognized it immediately. The Onkyo receiver remote will control the iPod, but not very well. It plays, pauses, stops, fast-forwards and rewinds music and video just fine. But (unless I'm missing something), it will not navigate back to the menus once music is playing. If it is already on a menu (say albums), then navigation with the Onkyo remote works. Once music starts playing, the up/down arrows now do nothing, and the right/left arrows shift from playlist to playlist.

At first I thought video from the UP-A1 was not going to my TV via HDMI. But I had disabled TV out on my iPod. Under settings/video on the iPod, turn on TV out (in NTSC format in the U.S.).
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By M. J. Mccaffrey on January 5, 2010
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We replaced all of our sound equipment during November after a power surge. The new receiver is an Onkyo TX-SR607, which is flexible and more than enough switching power to handle home theater, gaming, and auxiliary sound from a Squeezebox receiver.
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A most intriguing feature on the receiver is the "Universal Port," which provides power and connectivity to certain outboard accessories. The idea is to integrate extensions that Onkyo would otherwise have to build into the receiver. Among those extensions is an "extended tuner" to allow HD radio reception.
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Another is this dock. The Amazon.com description promises compatibility with Onkyo's "2009 range of receivers" and explicitly mentions the TX-SR607.

The good: it takes less than five minutes to thread the cable into a media cabinet, pull the receiver forward, and plug in to the universal port. The "PORT" input on the receiver is preset for input from devices on the universal port. Both an iPod Nano (3G) and an iPhone (3G) fit easily into the dock. Rather than bothering with a set of plastic inserts keyed to the various iPod configurations, Onkyo places the port connector in the center of the dock and uses a thumbwheel to hold the device in place. This is a clever, and much less fiddly, arrangement.
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