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Logitech's Pure-Fi - Big sound on the go

Bluetooth/Speaker phone ready

| Audio, Sound & Speakers News | Posted: May 21, 2008 1:17 am

Logitech has just released a rather fancyful Mobile Speaker System dubbed the "Pure-Fi". This highly compact and slimline unit comprises 2" high-excursion drivers and dual 2" pressure drivers which are said to be capable of filling a large office/home with rich clean bass and treble.

 

 

As it is Bluetooth ready, you can stream stereo audio through the Pure-Fi at up to 33 feet away, and it can also be used as a wireless speaker phone. Two built-in mics are resident for the vocal nuances and also to monitor and block unwanted background noise. A whole range of buttons including call-answer and call-end can be found across the top of the unit, and a USB cable is included to charge up the rechargeable batteries inside, of which last approx. 12 hrs between recharging.

 

The Pure-Fi Mobile Speaker System will become available in June at an RRP of $229AUD. You can find more information here.

 


Sydney, AUSTRALIA- May 20, 2008 - Logitech today announced the Logitech® Pure-Fi Mobile™ speaker system - to transform your low-fidelity mobile-phone audio into high-fidelity, stereophonic sound - wirelessly. Soon you'll be listening to your favourite tunes on your mobile phone - even when your phone is in your pocket.

 

Millions of people now use a mobile phone to listen to music. If you're one of those people, now you can toss your ear buds aside and pump up the volume," said Mark Schneider, vice president and general manager of Logitech's audio business unit. "So when you're at a party, at the park, or just hanging out at home, your mobile-phone music will always sound great when you use the Pure-Fi Mobile speaker system."

 

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