New Nakamichi NBS 10 Portable Bluetooth Speakers for Mobile Audio Entertainment
Baseball-like Bluetooth speakers more immersive and interactive music experience, anytime and anywhere.
London, UK, February 24th 2014: Nakamichi, the renowned audio and visual brand that epitomizes uncompromising quality and performance, announces its latest portable speaker: the NBS 10
The diminutive baseball-like Nakamichi NBS10 wireless Bluetooth Speaker is set to charm your crowd. The NBS10 features a two-inch driver unit in each speaker, which will manage your audio like a maestro.
With a wireless working of up to 10 metres, the NBS10 operates in both stereo and individual mode. This allows positioning of the NBS10 at specific spots to obtain the very best all round stereo sound effects. With up to 7 hours of playback time, the NBS10 is the perfect audio companion for parties, summer barbeques and outdoor events. There is a 3.5mm aux-in jack shipped with the NBS 10 for connection to MP3, CD and laptop devices.
With a choice of 5 colours there is an NBS 10 that will suit anyone’s decor. The rechargeable battery included provides for ease of use when travelling.
- Wireless Stereo With 3D Sound Effect
- Bluetooth Supporting A2DP
- Wireless Working Distance : 10 meters
- Built-in Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
- LED Indicator
- Play Time : Up To 7 Hours
- Micro USB Charging Port
- 3.5mm Aux-in Jack For Connection Other MP3, CD, Laptop Devices
- Power Output : 2W x 2
- Accessories Included : Micro USB Charging Cable,3.5mm Audio Cable
- Available in BLACK, BLUE, PINK, YELLOW, PURPLE
Price & Availability:
The NBS 10 is now available from Amazon at RRP £82.99 inc
The Nakamichi names represent a long proud tradition of quality and innovation in acoustics and electronics. Today’s Nakamichi had its origin in the founding of a small research institute in 1948. Nakamichi Research as it was then called got its start in basic research and development in electromagnetism, magnetic recording, acoustics and communications.
Because of its experience in manufacturing magnetic tape heads and equipment, in 1967 the company started making tape decks for a number of foreign manufacturers including Harman Kardong, KLH, Advent, Fisher, ELAC, Sylvania, Concord, Ampex and Motorola.It is credited with offering the world’s first three-head cassette deck.
While their cassette decks were particularly well known, the company is also credited with audio innovations, such as self-centering record players, high-end DAT recorders, and ultra-compact slot-loading CD changers. Since 1999 its product range has included design-oriented home cinema audio systems, mini hi-fi systems and automotive stereo products, and from 2006, video DVD products. For more details visit http://www.nakamichi.com/home.html
Content Type: Press Release
Release Date: February 24, 2014