Wednesday, October 23rd 2013

Cambridge Audio Introduces the Minx Air in Stylish New Finish

Cambridge Audio, a world-class acoustic design team with decades of Hi-Fi audio innovations, adds a new look to their hugely successful and highly acclaimed Minx Air 100 and Air 200 with a sophisticated black design.

The new finish joins the existing line-up of white Minx Air 100 and 200's in offering powerful Hi-Fi sound combined with the latest wireless streaming technology in an elegant, compact design. The Minx Air series is the first wireless speakers to offer AirPlay, Bluetooth, and Internet Radio and is designed to play music from just about any phone, tablet or computer.

The Minx Air's patented BMR (Balanced Mode Radiator) speakers create a rich sound that's more room-filling than similar-sized traditional speakers and designed to deliver maximum possible detail from stored tracks and streaming services. The speakers' custom-developed digital amplifier guarantees heart-thumping performance that is louder, crisper and fuller than other portable systems.

Apple's AirPlay wireless system allows the Minx Air speakers to simply connect over Wi-Fi to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, as well as computers with iTunes. Alternatively, the Minx Air 100 and 200 can pair with any Bluetooth enabled phone, tablet or computer so everyone can share their music, regardless of make or model.

Easily stream services like Spotify, Pandora, Rhapsody and YouTube over Bluetooth or Airplay, and listen to your favorite radio stations at the touch of a preset button, or by using the free Minx Air app. Available for iOS or Android, the app lets you search and enjoy 20,000 internet radio stations from around the world and save presets directly onto the Minx Air 100 or Air 200.

The new Minx Air Black 100 and 200 are available direct from www.cambridgeaudio.com or from Cambridge Audio specialists for $450 and $600 respectively.
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