LUXA2 amps up its audio game at Computex 2014

LUXA2 introduces some interesting new audio products at Computex 2014.

| Jun 4, 2014 at 9:10 pm CDT

Computex 2014 - I've been a fan of LUXA2's audio products for a while now, but they were showing off some even more interesting things at Computex this year - starting with the Groovy A.

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The LUXA2 Groovy A is a wireless stereo speaker that has a unique adjustable 15- to 30-degree sound angle, meaning you can sit it down, and then adjust it up to blast the audio into the room a little better. It has 7W of total output, a beautiful aluminum construction, a 2200mAh internal battery that should have you listening to tunes for hours and hours, wireless range of up to 10m, and more.

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Something else that caught our eye over at LUXA2, was the new Groovy Duo Live Speaker System. It was definitely a unique design, with two 3W speakers for a total of 6W of output. There's dynamic dual Bluetooth Pairing mode to get them working together, making it a mini sound system for the home. Being able to reposition the speakers is a great advantage for the Groovy Duo system, as you can be surrounded in sound from different angles - depending on the room, and setup in your home or office.

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