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F&D Boosts Explosive Speaker Systems

Posted by Digital Terminal News Network on September, 17, 2012

F&D brings you two smart 2.1 speaker systems – the A110 and A111F, that sound as amazing as they look and yet don’t put a dent in your wallet. With 3000 Watts of power the two speakers promise and deliver crisp, clear and powerful sound that will surely leave any listener entranced. The built-in Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR) gives the speakers a nice and wide operating voltage range, 88-264V AC for the A110 and 160 -280V AC for the A111F. Both speakers are designed to be a treat to the eyes as much as they are to the ears. The heavy duty design promises the power it delivers, and the wooden cabinet ensures strong bass with very low distortion.

“With the A110 and A111F F&D continues its tradition of giving the consumers great devices that combine unbeatable performance and unmatchable style.” says Rajesh Bansal, Director – F&D.

While both devices allow a great and easy way to connect to your PC, MP3 player, TV, and DVD player, the A111F packs some extra punch. The A111F allows you to play through your USB device or SD card through a USB Reader that support MP3/WMA dual formats decoding. The A111F also has a built in digital FM player that ensures an uninterrupted Digital FM experience using advanced PLL technology. It also has a fluorescent remote control, for easy control in dark room. The two speaker systems have been designed to deliver impressive sound while consuming as little energy as possible.

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