Wednesday, November 21st 2012

The Next Evolution of TDK Life on Record Wireless Speakers is Now Available

TDK Life on Record, a leading global brand with a rich audio legacy, today announced the retail availability for three new wireless speakers in the United States. Highly anticipated since debuting in September 2012 at the prestigious IFA trade show in Berlin, the new products successfully marry high fidelity audio and connectivity with sleek and modern design.

The new Wireless Boombox, Wireless Sound Cube and Wireless Weatherproof Speaker now integrate Bluetooth technology to deliver a truly wireless audio experience. Acclaimed by industry experts, the new products recently won a 2012 silver "IDEA" design excellence award from the Industrial Designers Society of America.


Alongside the full portfolio of TDK Life on Record products designed specifically to enhance audiophiles' ever-evolving digital lifestyles, the new wireless speakers are available online at Amazon.com. Additional U.S. retail partners, both in store and online, include Best Buy, Urban Outfitters, Adorama, Marine Corps Exchange and PC Richard & Son, specifically:

TDK Life on Record Wireless Boombox
Availability: Amazon, Best Buy, Adorama and Marine Corps Exchange
U.S. Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP): $399.95

TDK Life on Record Wireless Sound Cube
Availability: Amazon, Urban Outfitters and PC Richard & Son
U.S. MSRP: $299.95

TDK Life on Record Wireless Weatherproof Speaker
Availability: Amazon (mid-November) and Marine Corps Exchange (mid-November)
U.S. MSRP: $249.95
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4 Comments on The Next Evolution of TDK Life on Record Wireless Speakers is Now Available

#1
reverze
Well, know what I want now.. :D
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#2
RejZoR
Why no one makes proper PC speakers anymore. Everyone busy making this wireless rubbish for stupid phones...
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#3
Th3pwn3r
by: RejZoR
Why no one makes proper PC speakers anymore. Everyone busy making this wireless rubbish for stupid phones...
Normally you seem on point but this time you have no clue what you're talking about. Sometimes people don't want to run wires to have sound throughout their home. These types of setups are great for the rooms you don't have wired up to your receiver(s). Something like this is great for the bathroom for those of us that LOVE listening to music while in the shower.
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#4
BumbleBee
at least there is a 3.5mm input. I don't like bluetooth.
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