AV Peripherals and Systems Guide
Soundmatters to Expand Soundbar Line with DASHa & DASH7 at CES 2014
Soundmatters has announced the new foxL DASHa, and the high-end DASH7 Platinum Silver. Also, it is now shipping the new DUET foxL subwoofer satellite system.
The super-slim portable Hi-Fi soundbar joins the new foxL DASH7 slim portable hifi soundbar line. Optimized for the Kindle HDX and Kindle HD, DASHa is lighter and slimmer than DASH7, offering a full, crisp, and clear performance. It works with all Bluetooth stereo and virtually any device with a headphone jack. Compatible with iPads, smartphones, laptops, guitars, and more, it integrates DASH7 technologies, including DASH7's advanced Gen7+ Twoofer and additional internal cabinet volume, providing a broader and deeper listening experience.
At a glance:-
- Made for Kindle and optimized for the Kindle Fire HDX and HD
- Includes advanced technologies: Patented stereo twoofers (tweeters that woof), patented bass battery
- Includes noise/echo canceling speakerphone
- Slim design fits in front of almost any tablet without blocking the screen
- Smallest DASH yet
- Charges via microUSB from standard 5V (cellphone/tablet) charger (not included), or USB port
Soundmatters is offering DASH7 in three other finishes - Arctic White, Vibrant Red, and Midnight Black.
- Unparalleled sound quality from a pocket-sized loudspeaker; utilizes Soundmatters most advanced Twoofer (Gen7+) for even wider, deeper, and smoother performance
- High-power 5V charging port
- High-power (2A) Universal charger kit with Int’l adapters (US, EU, AU, UK) included
- Case/angled stand
|Price in US$||Available Colors|
|DASHa||$149 (exclusively from Amazon and in the U.S. only; roll out to other Kindle sales channels in 2014)||Kindle Black|
|DASH7||$219 (Apple Specialist retails, Amazon, AudioAdvisors, Crutchfield, ListenUp, OneCall, Worldwide Stereo, etc)||Platinum Silver, Arctic White, Vibrant Red, Midnight Black|
|DUET||$299 (U.S.), $339 (International)||-|
Soundmatters will be located at Booth #6223 North Hall, CES 2014.
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