Sony has announced two new additions to its DAB range in the shape of the CMT-EH20DAB and the CMT-SPZ90DAB micro Hi-Fi systems.
The EH20DAB is described as an entry-level DAB Hi-fi and features both an FM and DAB Band III tuner, a top loading CD player and cassette deck, along with MP3 playback functionality. There’s also a rather smart wood finish to the speakers, which feature a full range bass reflex system for a deep, rich sound.
The SPZ90DAB is a replacement for Sony’s current GPX9DAB system and as such, has a number of improvements, but without a price hike. These include enhanced speaker output, which is now increased to a total 100W, which when coupled with the newly included S-Master digital amplifier, results in much-improved sound from each speaker. A new 3CD changer is also included – when used in conjunction with the MP3 playback, means you need never worry about changing discs for quite some time. And like the EH20DAB, there’s also an FM and DAB Band III tuner.
Both systems are available from August – no price is forthcoming as yet from Sony.
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