Cameras and Electronics
Tivoli Audio's Music System Delivers Big Sound
By William Ng
September 1, 2011
The annual holiday season is still quite a few months away, but many program managers are already thinking about it and what to pick out for corporate gifts and incentives. Incentive
has been highlighting Tivoli Audio, which manufacturers high-end portable and tabletop radios and stereos. One product not highlighted before is the company’s $499 Music System.
Designed for the home or office, the Music System is said to deliver full and expansive stereo sound from two integrated speakers plus a powered subwoofer. It comprises an AM/FM tuner with six station presets for each band, a CD player, and an auxiliary input for connecting an external device like an iPod.
The Music System also has a digital alarm clock with two independent alarms, a battery back-up, a detachable power cord, a credit-card-thin remote control, and tone controls and equilization for tailoring the sound. A lighted display provides the time, date, and audio track or radio station information.
Sound comes from dual three-inch speakers with rear bass ports, while a downfiring subwoofer further augments the bass. Both the speakers and subwoofer are magnetically shielded to enable the Music System to be placed close or next to a television set.
The Music System is finished in the following cabinet combinations: black ash/silver, cherry/metallic taupe, walnut/beige, and wenge/bronze. There is a Platinum Series version of the Music System featuring hand-lacquered high-gloss wood for a $100 upcharge.
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