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Panasonic Expands ALL-connected Audio System Speaker Range

SC-ALL2 and SC-ALL5CD add extra versatility

by Mark Hodgkinson Feb 23, 2015 at 1:38 PM


  • Panasonic has today announced several new additions to its range of ALL-connected audio systems, featuring versatile multi-room capability.
    In addition to the new SC-ALL2 and SC-ALL5CD speakers, Panasonic has also introduced a premium HiFi System (SC-PMX100), Sound Bar (SC-ALL70T) and Speaker Board (SC-ALL30T), all of which are WiFi and Bluetooth enabled.

    The ALL-connected audio products have been developed to provide ease of use and great sound quality throughout the home, enabling you to re-stream to other connected speakers from a range of audio sources including mobile devices, DAB+ radio, TV or a CD. The SC-ALL2 and SC-ALL5CD speakers have been designed and built to complement a variety of home interiors.

    The SC-ALL2 also features an 80mm full-range speaker and Long Stroke Woofer that, they say, produces bass that you would expect from much larger speakers, as well as crisp and clear sound in the medium and high-frequency ranges.

    With easy-to-use Bluetooth connectivity you can access audio content from a smartphone or tablet with the press of a button. The speaker and accompanying Panasonic Music Streaming app is also compatible with a range of online content providers, including the likes of Spotify, Napster, Aupeo! and ALLPlay™ Radio powered by TuneIn.

    The SC-ALL2 also allows you to enjoy audio from other ALL-connected audio devices around the home via WiFi, whether that’s a CD or DAB+ radio from the SC-ALL5CD, or TV output via an ALL-connected Sound Bar. This versatility allows for an array of audio set-ups, from individual speakers around the home or multiple speakers in one room for impressive stereo or 5.1ch surround sound.

    The small size makes it perfect for a bedside table or kitchen work surface, and a touch sensor is used to provide a sleek user interface. The speaker also features a clock with an alarm function, as well as six personalised buttons for quick and easy access to your favourite stations without the need for an accompanying device.

    Alongside the SC-ALL2, Panasonic has also announced the SC-ALL5CD, the first multi-room speaker with CD, radio and Bluetooth streaming functionality. Like other devices in the range, the speaker connects to other ALL-connected speakers, allowing you to enjoy your CD collection or favourite DAB+ radio channels as you move from room to room throughout the day.

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