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Wireless Speakers

Posted by skraghav on August 28, 2007

Don’t get in a tangle with piles of wires – get top notch sound from these great looking cordless speakers.

This pair of UHF cordless speakers gives you all the features you’d expect from top quality speakers: crisp clear sound, adjustable sound and bass, illuminated controls etc. What they don’t have is a seemingly endless ream of annoying wires to get tangled or for you to trip over.

These Wireless Speakers pick up signals from your CD player, or any audio device with a headphone (phono) socket, via an attached sensor within a 100 metre range. Now you don’t have to decide where to put your speakers according to how far the cord will stretch. They can go wherever they look best in a room, or wherever you want the sounds to come from.

Okay, you get great sounds from these speakers, but they look pretty hot too. The beech wood effect fascia and metallic silver mesh create a striking look, and of course, there’s no tangled bunch of messy wires to detract from their sleek modern design.

The world of sound is your lobster with the Wireless Speakers. You can place them at opposite ends of the room, stand them on a desk or table, or hide them altogether if you take minimalism to extremes. But seeing as these speakers look so good, we reckon you’ll want to show off the visuals as well as the sound.

Suitable for use with any audio device with a headphone (phono) socket, including CD players, stereos, PCs and MP3 players.

Speakers measure 23 x 18 x 7.5cm.

Each speaker uses 6 x AA batteries, not included. Sensor uses mains power, adapter included.

Specifications :

  • Power: 2.5W
  • Band-width: 40-12000 Hz
  • S/N ratio: < 60 dB
  • Distortion: < 0.5%
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