Thomson SPP 24 50W 2.1 multimedia speaker launched in India Rs 3,699
Thomson Audio has launched a new multimedia speaker in India. Called the SPP 24 50W 2.1, the device offers 50W sound output and is a 2.1 channel speaker. It is priced at Rs 3,699 and features Bluetooth support and multiple connectivity options like AUX, USB and FM.
Read the complete press release below.
European electronics brand Thomson Audio, has launched SPP 24 50W 2.1Multimedia Speaker System with 50watts power which is enough to get the beats on.The subwoofer is enough to start a party guaranteed to be big fun.It provides enhanced bass and full sound, so one can enjoy listening to the music or movies at theater-like frequencies right in the living room. They are built solid so that it can deliver more thumps. The multimedia speaker system gives pure bass, no vibrations and no disturbances.
It is targeted for the Indian youth which is priced at INR 3699/-. One can stream music wirelessly from any Bluetooth compatible device including MP3s, mobile phones, tablets, games devices, etc. It offers multiple connectivity options like AUX, USB & FM.It has the two Satellite Speakers which are designed compliment the system and sound even better. Their unique curved form allows sound to flow out with a wide angle. It has great quality of becoming a Personal Mini Theater as it fills the room with a sound experience like no other.
On the launch of the Boombox, Ms Rohini Walia, Chief Revenue Officer, Thomson Audio said, “We are delighted to launch SPP 24 50W 2.1for our consumers. We know that once they listen to the speaker the consumer will be hooked, and the SPP 24 will not disappoint. The design has been made keeping in mind music enthusiasts for highest acoustic standards which brings the optimal listening experience. With a lightweight design and versatile features like Bluetooth, Aux and real time FM connectivity, the speaker system is designed for maximum portability, making it ideal for various different purposes. We’re excited for our customers to see the SPP 24 in action.”