First unveiled at CES 2014, the high-fidelity audio devices have made their way onto our shores to bring us more French-made options to deck our digs out with sound.
Easya does it
Just like what its name suggests, the Easya makes filling your home with music simple - just plug and play. The hub is where it all happens, the digital wireless transmitter to connect to all your devices without compromising on the quality of sound. Equipped with Bluetooth, it’s designed to stream the tunes on your portable devices to the two loudspeakers.
Be it Nicki Minaj or Macklemore you’re playing, the non-judgemental loudspeakers will play high-fidelity sound with their 5.1-inch Polyglass cone drivers and 85W RMS amplifier.
Available from June at S$3699 for the entire system which includes two loudspeakers and the hub. Comes in Black or White High Gloss finishes.
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Introducing Dimension to sound
Want to hear every skin-popping stab and crackle of Westeros fire when you re-watch Game of Thrones? Give your television a sound upgrade with Focal’s first soundbar - the Dimension.
Packing 26mm high speaker drivers and six 75 watts digital amplifiers, the Dimension has 450W of sound power to blast your movie-viewing experience out of the water. Don’t worry about this being all power and no detail though, the Dimension supports Dolby Digital and DTS encoding to give you clear-sounding dialogue for those who’d like to follow the plot. Easy set-up means it’s a one-off process that just requires you to select how you’ve positioned the soundbar (wall or standing), listening distance and the room’s acoustics.
For action movie buffs, invest in the Dimension Sub, the subwoofer to give you full-bodied explosions. Don’t worry about any damaging vibrations though, the Sub has two flat speaker drivers to counter that.
Dimension will be available from Q3 at S$1899 while the Dimension Sub will retail for S$699.