Sony Unveils New iOS Music Systems With Magnetic Fluid Speakers
Sony has this week unveiled a couple of new music systems, in the form of the CMT-V75BTiP and CMT-V50iP, which are equipped with Magnetic Fluid speakers. The CMT-V75BTiP dock pictured below is compatible with iPhone, iPod and iPad devices and connects to them using Bluetooth. But can easily wirelessly stream music from any Bluetooth-enable devices, and is also fitted with a DAB and DAB+ radio.
Both new Sony’s music systems are also equipped with a CD player, and the CMT-V50iP allows you to play music via MP3 players and USB drives, but does not have Bluetooth support. Naoto Yoshioka, Product Manager of Home Audio Video Business at Sony Europe explains:
“paired iconic design with exceptional audio quality. These Hi-Fi systems not only offer exceptional depth and clarity of sound, they’re also elegant, beautiful objects in their own right. And with a range of intelligent features built in – for example, very few rival systems feature a dock that is iPad compatible – they’re the perfect blend of style and substance, form and function.”
Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet, but they are expected to arrive in UK stores sometime during June 2012.