iSymphony has launched its latest sound system – the V1BLUEe – claimed to be the world’s first home stereo that is fully A2DP Bluetooth enabled.
The wall-mounted or table top stereo system offers 45 watts output – 10 watts x 2 front facing speakers and 25 watt subwoofer built into the rear. For your iPod, there’s a Bluetooth Wireless Universal Dock for iPod with PC connectivity, along with removable dock adapters for all docking iPods and the ability to charge and sync whilst docked. And you can control your iPod via the system remote.
There’s also a CD player with CD/CD-R/RW compatibility with 64 track program memory, MP3 and Windows Media playback supporting ID3 title display, an AM/FM RDS stereo with digital tuner 40 station memory (FM 20 AM 20), a clock radio, USB connectivity, SD and MMC slots and graphic equaliser.
And of course, there’s the Bluetooth. A2DP Bluetooth reception allows streaming from compatible devices and from the system to Bluetooth headphones. And it’s a duplex Bluetooth speaker phone too – if your phone rings, the V1BLUEe will pause the music, play ‘your’ ring tone through the system, display the incoming number and enable you to answer the call using the whole system as a hands-free speaker phone.
Available mid June and priced around £250.
By Dave Walker | April 26th, 2007