The Sound Of Music
September 5, 2010 by Post Team
The Sound Of Music, Philips has introduced a new docking station Fidelio Primo DS9000, compatible with most iPod models and iPhone. To reproduce the full range of sound used passive crossover, which lets you listen to every note. As the producer, managed to achieve pure sound thanks to complex engineering solutions. Every detail of the sound frequency spectrum separated and sent to the appropriate converters. Alerts are not sent outside of the frequency response of the converter, which improves sound quality and reduces distortion. high-quality electronic components that the balance of sound and are indistinguishable from the original.
achieve purity of sound technology allows PureDigital. The digital audio with the iPod / iPhone is at all stages, the level of signal to noise increases. Precisely tuned bass provide channels for deep bass and tight, and fence with smooth edges diffraction limits of sound. Design models, created with wood, fabric and metal, also allow a high-quality sound. Flexion increases the strength of the dynamics of the body, reducing internal resonance and increase accuracy and natural sound.
Fidelio DS9000 is equipped with a distance sensor, you can turn off the display to save power. The function keys light up when they approached their hands. Fidelio shared dock and the iPhone / iPod has created a free application with new features, allowing easy search and playback of music in the collection, control the sound characteristics of the speakers and check the status of battery dock with the iPhone / iPod. The application has a clock function and alarm signals that can put your favorite music or nature sounds, while adjusting the iPhone / iPod in the picture show. Fidelio Primo Philips Dock will appear on the Russian market in September 2010. The suggested retail price retail 19 990 rubles.
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