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Yidsun's Wireless Bluetooth speakers on show

Partying with Yidsun's Bluetooth speaker solutions

| Audio, Sound & Speakers News | Posted: Jun 4, 2008 10:21 am

COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2008 Sweet music to my ears with the devices that Yidsun have brought to Computex. There is a huge range of portable and home speaker solutions here to trip my auditory senses. Where to start...

 


Two portable speakers (SPK 800 and 796) boast touch sensitive controls, microphone (for use with your mobile phone!), auxiliary line in and 4-watt output.

 

Two iPod docking speakers (SPK 798i and 799i) with built-in iPod dock, 2-watts and 50-watts respectively, touch sensitive user interface, auxiliary Line in and ability to pause music automatically while receiving calls on your Bluetooth enabled mobile phone.

 


A set of Bluetooth headphones with lightweight (25 grams) design that has the ability to pause music and alert you of incoming calls on your Bluetooth enabled mobile phone. No annoying dongles or external battery packs, and with volume/skip/play/pause controls on the earphones themselves it makes it easy to control the music. Audio quality is also rather impressive and better than we thought it would be.

 


Lastly we get to see a wireless Internet radio speaker with a huge number of features. 20-watts, 255 channel memory, built-in SD card reader capable of mp3/ogg/rm/ra playback (up to 16GB), wireless 802.11 b/g, cabled RJ45 10/100Mbs, DHCP support, Backlit graphic LCD display and line out features.

 

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