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Zune Home A/V Pack

by Zune
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  • Home A/V Kit
  • Includes Docking Station, AC Adapter, Wireless Remote with Lithium Battery, AV Output Cable
  • Not compatible with Microsoft Zune 80gb or 120gb
  • Features: Media Control on Your TV for Music, Video, Photos, High Clarity, Full Stereo Sound
  • A/V Inputs
  • Additional Features: Easy Use, Integrates Zune with Big Screen TV and Speakers, Just Dock Your Zune and Play
  • Accessories Included: Wireless Remote, AC Power Supply, A/V Cable, Travel Case, Connection Cord
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Zune Home A/V Pack + Zune Sync Cable (Discontinued by Manufacturer) + Zune Home AV Pack v2 (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameZune
Item Weight1.3 pounds
Product Dimensions10 x 9.8 x 2.2 inches
Item model numberHome AV
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000IXP946
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 23, 2004
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Zune
  • Model: Home AV

Product Description

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Amazon.com Product Description
Designed exclusively for use with your Zune, the home A/V pack includes everything you need to amplify your Zune experience in the comforts of your own home. Included is a set of helpful products for integrating your Zune with your big-screen TV and the best speakers in your house. Once the screen and speakers are connected, sit back and relax with the included wireless remote that puts you in control from virtually anywhere in the room. Listen to music through home stereo speakers or show off photos and videos on a TV screen. When you buy the Zune home AV pack, you'll get an AC adapter, an AV output cable, a dock, a sync cable, and a wireless remote. The included dock features a pair of built-in outputs for maximum versatility: a connector port for syncing and charging your Zune, and an audio/video output with a built-in audio amplifier.

The connector port is a handy option for people who want to sync or charge their Zune without fumbling under the desk for the sync cable, as the cable instead plugs right into the dock. The A/V port, meanwhile, lets you connect the dock to a stereo system or TV for full-featured playback. In both cases, all you have to do is drop your Zune into the dock and it will charge, sync, or play back via the connected devices--no extra connections required. Plus, the dock includes an integrated IR receiver for use with the included wireless remote. The IR receiver and remote give you quick access to your current playlist, as well as full control over menu navigation and volume. The dock even includes a small built-in slot that holds the remote--a convenient and stylish way to store the remote when not in use. A Zune sync cable is also included--a necessary accessory to connect your Zune to the included AC adapter. The AC adapter is a great way to charge a Zune without the need for a nearby computer; simply plug the AC adapter into an adjacent outlet. With the AC adapter, your Zune will be 90-percent charged after only two hours, and fully charged in about three hours.

What's in the Box
Zune dock, AC adapter, AV output cable, synchronization cable, and wireless remote.



The Zune Home A/V Pack includes everything you need to amplify your Zune experience.


A wireless remote puts you in control from virtually anywhere in the room.

Product Description

Zune Home A/V Pack

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Customer Reviews

Much cheaper than locally.
Rick
Bottom line, I am now able to charge via the dock and control my Zune via the wireless remote in my car without having to plug anything into the Zune.
Scott Larsen
Charges, plays and sounds great.
A. C. Ogletree

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

150 of 152 people found the following review helpful By Scott Larsen on November 29, 2006
I purchased the Black Zune and just received my AV Packs today. I hooked it up to my home A/V system in less than 5 minutes. Yellow, Red, and White hookups just like any other device.

The dock is very sleak and clean looking with a frosted plastic base and shiny gun smoke/titanium colored black plastic top where the Zune rests. It is actually matches the metal on the front of the Zune surrounding the screen and control dial.

After reading the manuals I was happy to learn that the top panel can be changed when future Zune players come out. So, instead of having to buy an entirely new A/V kit I will only have to replace the top to fit the next Zune.

The remote works well. The controls match those on the Zune with the addition of a skip forward and back button and individual volume control buttons. It is black with a frosted plastic coating similiar to the black zune without the blue contrast. It is magnetized like the earphones so you can stick it to anything made of metal. I thought that was a nice feature depending on where you use your Zune. It will stick to the fridge!

Once I had everything hooked up to my stereo receiver and TV, I was really happy with the ability to pull up my Zune menu and control the device on my TV screen with the Zune remote. It is literally like a "Supersized" Zune. The album art does not take up the entire screen like it does on the Zune but it does still appear on the screen the entire time you are listening to a song.

The pack ships with the Zune Dock, Wireless remote with battery installed, an A/V cable, a power adapter which is made of shiny black plastic(IPOD like), and an additional Sync Cable. The sync cable plugs into the power adapter via a USB port on the power adapter.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By B. Sherman on January 9, 2007
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Solid design delivers as one would expect. Easy to set up and logically laid out.

Hopefully the first of many "coordinated" toys for the Zune.

To date, the only negative I have (which is somewhat counterintuitive) is that the docking station is such a perfect fit, you must remove any cover from the Zune prior to docking. This is only a problem if you have purchased a hard shell that is not made to be put on/taken off frequently.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Ramona on July 8, 2008
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This is a super value. The big-box stores in my area sell the wall plug adapter alone for $30, but with this package it's included with lots of other goodies. The local big-box stores in my area sell a similar boxed set for $80, but it's not as good because their remote has fewer controls. This one on Amazon is definately a best buy. The remote control is useful for skipping a song in a playlist during dance classes, and I love the volume control & pause features on the remote. I doubt I'll use the video output cables, but this could be useful while staying in a hotel if you wanted to watch a movie from your Zune on a TV while traveling. There is a small instruction booklet which comes with the set, but it doesn't explain that you do need to remove the silver faceplate from the dock in order to plug in the 80GB version of the Zune. It took me a while to figure that out, and I used a screwdriver to gently press in the little button to release the silver faceplate from the dock (it's a narrow button).
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By D. McMahon on July 29, 2007
This is the one accessory you must have if you own a Zune, very sleek works exactly like it should, easy to plug in to existing stereo equipment and the magnetic remote is a very clever idea. Very happy with it
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By toedtoes on July 3, 2008
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I just bought two of these to go with my new 80gb Zune (which is wonderful). I was hesitant about buying them as I kept reading the docking station isn't compatible with the 80gb Zune. It is.

When you get the docking station, you will notice a small slit on the inside wall of the remote slot. Slip a knife or screwdriver into the slot slightly and pull up. The mirror cover pops off. Underneath it is solid black so it doesn't look like you took it apart. Without the cover, the Zune slot is big enough to fit the 80gb Zune perfectly.

The only thing that is different than using the Docking Station v2 is that the video connection is composite rather than component. If that doesn't matter, you'll get more bang for the buck by buying this version.

My second docking station and remote will be used in the car with a car charger and hookup to the stereo - just pop in the Zune and go.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By H. J. Matthews on April 8, 2008
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Not all Zune models work the same with this Home A/V Pack. Here are three key facts one should know:

1. Only the Zune 8GB and Zune 80 GB are 2nd Generations models. The 4GB and 30GB models are 1st generation, but still quite good. All models support the audio features of the Home A/V Pack.

2. The Zune Home A/V Pack is an outstanding accessory that makes your Zune more useful - especially with the remote control. It's essentially a powered dock that charges your Zune and provides audio and video output cables to your TV and/or stereo system. The cables are standard composite a.k.a. "RCA jacks", the same red/white/yellow kind that come from a traditional VCR or video game. If you connect the Home A/V Pack to your sound system, you'll probably have to plug into the "VCR In" jacks to get the video feature. All the "CD In" connections I've seen on receivers don't include a jack for video because CD players are typically audio only.

3. When using the Home A/V dock, only the large capacity Zune models (30GB and 80GB) support the video output feature letting you view your Zune screen on your TV. Therefore, only the 80GB model has both the video output feature and the 2nd generation technology. Compared to the 30GB model, the 80GB Zune has significantly increased resolution which helps considerably when viewing digital pictures or videos.

All things considered, I recommend the 80GB Zune over the 8GB model. With 10 times the capacity plus the video output feature, it's well worth the price jump from $150 to $250. It really is cool to browse through hundreds of CDs with your remote and then play songs (or playlists) with the album art displayed on a big-screen TV with surround sound.

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