Cambridge Audio has debuted their new Minx Air 100 and 200 compact wireless speaker systems that are designed to play your favorite tunes from anywhere in Hi-Fi quality. BOth are now available in the US and is the first wireless speaker that offers AirPlay, Bluetooth and Internet Radio presents. It’s sound s are room filling and it has lifelike sound that’s driven by patented BMR (Balanced Mode Radiator) speakers and MaxxAudio technology by Waves Audio, who received a Technical GRAMMY award. It also features a custom-developed digital amp that guarantees quality performance at top volumes. Thanks to its Digital Signal Processing, the Mix Airs deliver sounds that’s louder, crisper and fuller than any other portable systems on the market.
But it doesn’t only sound good, but looks good, too, with its sleek contemporary case design that’s built to acoustically increase the sound and eliminate distortion. It’ll blend easily with any room’s decor and is has a white lacquered, scratch resistant cabinet that is complemented by ergonomic, soft-touch controls and is sure to look the part in any living space. It’ll work with any Apple device, but it can connect to any Bluetooth-enabled device so that you can listen to your music regardless of the device. There is even a Minx Air app for Apple and Android that allows you to discover new stations.
The app also offers preset control and allows volume adjustment, bass control and access to a range of EQ settings to tailor Minx Air’s sound for any room. The Minx Air is great for filling smaller rooms with its 100W of power from a cabinet just 14” wide, while the Minx Air 200 can fill larger rooms with its 200W set of digital amplifiers, plus a built-in active 6.5” subwoofer offers a supercharged audio experience still only measures a modest 18” wide.
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