|Price incl. VAT||£191.40|
|Price excl. VAT||£159.50|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Possibility to return products within two months||
Do not limit your musical delights just one place and support a good mood tunes. With this portable audio system enjoy popular rhythms in any room. Or you add an optional battery pack, and you may even be water in the garden or relaxing or social gatherings like barbecues type. Despite portable enchants quality and loud music playing due to a sophisticated class D amplifier, DSP audio processing, and speakers with bass-reflex woofer.
Music you play through two wireless and one wired options. The cable is a universal AUX input where you connect any device with a headphone jack. Wireless streaming procures Bluetooth or WiFi, so you connect to a network storage or notebook, and the vast majority of phones with Bluetooth. With NFC-compatible electronic're extra spared the connection setup. Simply zoom into the phone, and you're instantly ready to go. It supports many audio file formats, including those of higher quality based on 24-bit sampling. In addition, it will offer to listen to Internet radio.
A unique feature is a simple extension of the audio system via PlayLink of other elements that intelligently provide musical accompaniment. If you have the space covered by a WiFi network to give each room its own PlayLink device that can be operated via the phone or tablet. In each room can play the selected music or you group multiple rooms under one zone, where it will play the same music.
Power: 40 W RMS
Class D amplifier with DSP (Digital Signal Processing)
AIFF, WAV, M4A, MP3, FLAC, AAC, ALAC
High-resolution audio up to 192 kHz and 24 bit
Compatible with devices PlayLink
Without battery (option to buy)
WiFi 802.11a / b / g / n
AUX input (3.5 mm)
210 × 102 × 129 mm
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