Sunday, February 28, 2010

Philips Unveils New Sound Systems With HDD and Internet Connectivity...

These two stereo sound systems were created by Philips' Spanish design team. Both the "MCi900" and the "MCD900" are made of a single piece of aluminum. The design of the two devices allows them to generate a more natural sound. Both sound systems have a built-in CD player and USB socket. In addition, they feature a pair of speakers, 100 watts of amplification, as well as free floating tweeters. The MCi900 makes use of the Streamium technology, developed by Philips, and a 160GB hard drive on which you can store your favorite music. The system also supports internet radio and wireless connection with networked PCs or Macs. There's currently no information regarding the price of these sound systems.

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