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KitSound announce Unity Soundbase

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by Mark Hodgkinson Sep 1, 2016


  • KitSound has joined a host of other manufacturer’s in launching their first soundbase named The Unity.
    The Unity, according to Kitsound, not only has outstanding audio quality and multiple connectivity options, but is also strong enough for the majority of televisions to be placed directly onto it, although perhaps not one of the odd monster TVs we’ve reviewed - thus saving space in to the bargain.

    Soundbases certainly have their merits and they’re always less obtrusive than a soundbar, even, and in almost every case they’re a big improvement over the speakers built-in to the television. The Unity sports four front firing drivers that combine with the built-in subwoofer to hopefully provide a decent warmth and depth to the sound.

    There is an optical connection for your TV, although it lacks HDMI and alternatively there’s an analogue 3.5 mm stereo connection included, which means there should be almost nothing – within reason – that you can’t connect to. The KitSound Unity also has Bluetooth connectivity to play audio back from your phone, tablet, PC or other enabled devices with a range of up to 10 metres.

    Specifications:

    • Frequency response: 50 Hz – 20 kHz
    • Output RMS: 100 W
    • Bluetooth range: up to 10 m
    • Bluetooth version: V2.1
    • Outputs: 3.5 mm aux-in, optical, USB
    • Unit size: H76 x D346 x L730 (mm)

    The Unity soundbase is priced at £150 and is available now.

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