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Bose delivers new tabletop CD/radio system

Discussion in 'News' started by John Archer, Sep 14, 2005.

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    <img src="http://www.avforums.com/news/images/20050914201339.jpg" align="right">Following is the press release from Boston Acoustics on its new MicroSystem CD…</p><P>”It’s neat, compact, and stylish and takes tabletop CD and radio performance to a new level. The Boston MicroSystem CD is a versatile all-in-one package, perfect as a bedside clock-radio or room filling CD stereo. There are even convenient front inputs to turn your MP3 player into a full audio system. </P><P>Available in Charcoal or Polar White coloured finish the Boston MicroSystem CD majors on ease of use with both tactile top-panel buttons and a credit-card style remote control. This slips into a storage pocket in the fascia flap when not in use. </p><P>Sonically the MicroSystem CD competes head-on with larger, up-market audio systems. Its dual speakers and BassTrac circuitry ensure subwoofer like bass levels from the compact unit and its sound quality has won awards over the water in the US.</p><P>A high sensitivity AM and FM tuner offers 12 presets for each band and the slot-loading CD mechanism will also play MP3 and WMA files recorded onto a CD-R disc. Three auxiliary inputs give flexible expansion options to connect an audio jukebox, TV decoder or a DVD player for example.</p><P>On a day-to-day basis nice operational touches include two simple to set alarms, an easy to read display that automatically dims in the dark and a battery back-up so you won’t miss your alarm call through power failure. There’s also a stereo headphone jack.</p><P>The Boston MicroSystem CD is available now for around £399.

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