Next month audio hardware manufacturer Wharfedale will be launching their new Wharfedale DS-2 stereo Bluetooth speaker system which builds on the previous and now discontinued DS-1 system. Providing users with enhanced sound performance in a small form factor desktop size speaker system that measures just 190mm high, 120mm wide and 140mm deep.
The new Wharfedale DS-2 stereo speakers can be easily paired with a wide variety of devices thanks to the inclusion of Bluetooth technology and offer support for the sonically superior aptX codec. The small speaker system is also equipped with ab3.5mm analogue stereo input if you would prefer a wired connection and volume and pairing controls are easily accessible on the master speaker.
The Wharfedale DS-2 stereo Bluetooth speakers will be available next month in either white or black finishes priced at £179.95 and are supported by both Windows and Mac systems as well as connectivity via Bluetooth to your smartphone or tablet when required. Peter Comeau, Wharfedale’s Director of Acoustic Design Explains more about the new Wharfedale DS-2 stereo Bluetooth speaker system. “The award-winning DS-1 desktop Bluetooth speakers were a tough act to follow. But we’ve really brought the design forward with the new DS-2. These are low-cost stereo Bluetooth speakers that punch above their weight, robustly built with a musical performance that belies their compact size. We spent a great deal of time voicing these speakers to ensure they’re perfectly balanced for use on a shelf or desktop and can be positioned close to a rear wall for hefty, yet agile, bass output.”
Source: WharfedaleFiled Under: Gadgets News