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Sony Releases CMT-BT60 Hi-Fi System

By Joy Hou - on 15 Jul 2013, 5:10pm

Sony Releases CMT-BT60 Hi-Fi System

Sony has announced the CMT-BT60 all-in-one audio system.

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Inspired by the "Sense of Quartz" design philosophy that characterize that latest range of BRAVIA TVs from Sony, the Hi-Fi system comes with two built-in Magnetic Fluid speakers, and uses an advanced ferrofluid developed for the NASA space programme for richly detailed, full range sound. Complemented with the S-Master Amplifier technology by Sony, users will be treated to pure clarity and depth from any sound source, be it when you're listening to your CD, FM radio, or simply enjoying your personal digital music collection.

Forget about fiddly pairing and access codes with the system's Bluetooth and NFC One-touch capabilities. Tapping of your Sony Xperia or NFC-enabled smartphone/tablet on the CMT-BT60 instantly establishes a Bluetooth connection, allowing the streaming of music wirelessly from your mobile. In addition, the system can play high-quality music with AAC and apt-X codec over Bluetooth if you want more distinct music.

The CMT-BT60 will be available in Singapore at all Sony stores and authorized outlets from mid July 2013 onwards.

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