Envent Debuts Stellar Sound System

A sound-system is a gadget that you must have around your home.

Not only is it perfect for when you are entertaining guests, but it is also essential when you wish to watch highly quality movies at home. The new Horizon 702 BT-BK from Envent, is a SoundBar and Woofer system that offers great listening on a budget.

The Horizon 702 is a sleek sound system that has a high-end look thanks to its black glossy all-wood design. However, the wooden body serves another purpose besides being aesthetically pleasing. It more importantly delivers a sound that is clear and offers deep and strong bass. This wooden enclosure also allows a sharp mid-range sound output.

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With a 50W power output, this hardwood speaker has a woofer of 5.25 inches. The separate SoundBar system is fitted with two satellite speakers of 3 inches each and two passive radiators which assist the production of bass.

The Horizon 702 is designed to function as a solo Home Entertainment system as well and it offers customised sound specifications for a HD set-top box as well as a LED TV. Easily connected to a laptop, desktop, tablet or even a phone, this sound system just requires you to turn on your Bluetooth and you’re ready to go!

Additionally, it is fitted with a USB port that can support a USB drive of up to 32GB. The Bluetooth capability can connect to other devices for a distance of up to 10 meters (approximately 30 feet!). So this is the perfect system if you require mobility and good-quality sound.

Envent’s newest speaker also provides user-friendly controlling, with minimal buttons and a large dial for adjusting the volume. For a price of just Rs. 4999, the Horizon 702 is a great buy for those looking for a good portable sound system on a budget.

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Picture courtesy – corecommunique.com


by techtalks @TechTalks December 6, 2016 11:49 AM UTC

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Mobile Upgrades: Killing The Product Before Its Time?

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