Cambridge Audio unveils Bluetooth wireless speaker trio

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Cambridge Audio is really good at one thing, and that’s speakers (and the accessories that go with). The way they go about crafting audio products, one might think it’s equal parts engineering and magic. You’ll always hear more coming out of Cambridge Audio speakers than what they look like they’re capable of. And the sound is nothing shy of impressive.

Cambridge Audio Go RadioIf you’ve been interested in a new wireless speaker, but want something a little more portable to match your mobile lifestyle, Cambridge Audio has three new options to fit any budget. This latest Bluetooth speaker lineup includes the Go (version 2.0), Go Radio, and Bluetone 100.

The Cambridge Audio Go v2 has been improved from the original version. Despite the small size, this speaker packs enough power to stream music up to 18 hours. Low battery power on your mobile device? No problem. Just plug in to the USB port on the back to tap in and charge back up.

Cambridge Audio Bluetone 100If you want a little bit more from your speaker, the Go Radio adds an integrated FM radio as well as Bluetooth aptX. When paired with a mobile device that also features aptX, users can get maximum musical detail while streaming wirelessly.

If you want bigger, then the Cambridge Audio Bluetone 100 surely will fill that need. The Bluetone 100 features Bluetooth aptX as well as RCA and 3.5mm audio inputs. Play music in and around your house almost any way you wish. The Bluetone 100 also packs some technology to maximize sound quality and enjoyment. This speaker has Digital Signal Processing (DSP) as well as the new Balanced Mode Radiator (BMR) drivers. BMR allows the music to spread wide and far by moving the speakers both pistonically and horizontally.

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  • FendaAudio

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