The Sony CMT-V75BTiP and CMT-V50iP speakers are the latest additions to the company’s micro Hi-Fi system range to incorporate a built-in dock for iOS devices such as the iPhone, iPod and iPad. What’s more, they’re even said to be the first in the world to house the Magnetic Fluid technology.
Both devices are almost similar in appearance and apparently built with a minimalist design that’s accompanied by a premium quality finish. Along with compact dimensions, these portable speakers also feature the Magnetic Fluid technology. According to the Tokyo-based conglomerate, this addition is most likely to help deliver clear sound reproduction and eliminate distortion from the audio.
“With the CMT-V50iP and CMT-V75BTiP Hi-Fi systems, we’ve paired iconic design with exceptional audio quality,” expressed Naoto Yoshioka, Product Manager of Home Audio Video Business at Sony Europe. “These Hi-Fi systems not only offer exceptional depth and clarity of sound, they’re also elegant, beautiful objects in their own right. And with a range of intelligent features built in – for example, very few rival systems feature a dock that is iPad compatible – they’re the perfect blend of style and substance, form and function.”
Both Hi-Fi systems are fitted with a CD player as well, to provide users the added flexibility of accessing media content. And since we’ve on this topic, the CMT-V50iP variant comes with USB connectivity for hooking up MP3 players and mobile phones, while the CMT-V75BTiP version incorporates Bluetooth for streaming music wirelessly onto the speaker. To top it off, users will be able to access DAB and DAB+ radio radio stations too.
The Sony CMT-V75BTiP and CMT-V50iP prices are still under wraps. Both Hi-Fi systems are expected to be available in stores by the end of April 2012.