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Philips' First Detachable Wireless Speakers, Fidelio SoundBar HTL9100 Arrives

By Joy Hou - on 13 Sep 2013, 5:09pm

Philips' First Detachable Wireless Speakers, Fidelio SoundBar HTL9100 Arrives

The Philips Fidelio SoundBar HTL9100 has arrived in Singapore.

Image source: Philips.

The SoundBar's Virtual Surround Sound eliminates the need for extra speakers, wires, or speaker stands. The speakers at the ends of the soundbar detach, so you can place them at the rear of your room to create the optimum 5.1 channel environment for surround sound on demand. Whether you’re watching Avatar in 3-D, or playing the latest Xbox games, you get to enjoy surround sound from a completely wireless surround system with lossless audio quality.

Since it’s fully wireless, the Philips Fidelio HTL9100 promises a ‘clutter-free’ experience so you can say goodbye to tripping over messy wires in your living room. The detachable speakers are battery-powered, and recharge automatically when they are reattached to the soundbar.

The HTL9100 has in-built orientation sensors operating at a different frequency to that of Bluetooth or Wireless, so there’s practically zero network interference. You can connect your Bluetooth-enabled mobile device or tablet easily to the soundbar, and lose yourself in your favorite music, as the soundbar generates rich, powerful sound.

Because if a smart auto-orientation sensor that instantly optimizes audio quality once it detects whether your soundbar is placed horizontally or vertically, you get to choose to display your soundbar on a shelf, or mount it on a wall.

A quick overview:-

  • Detachable wireless speakers
  • Simple connection over media devices with 2 HDMI inputs
  • Bluetooth to stream music wirelessly from any Bluetooth-enabled device
  • DoubleBASS for fuller, deeper bass
  • Wireless subwoofer
  • Orientation sensor

The Philips Fidelio SoundBar HTL9100 retails for S$1299 at all major electronic stores.

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