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Cambridge Audio Go Radio & Bluetone 100 Speakers

Cambridge Audio Go Radio

Cambridge Audio just introduced three portable wireless speakers, called the Go, Go Radio and Bluetooth 100. Based on company’s Minx Go, the refreshed, compact Go instantly streams music from your phone, tablet, or computer with enough power to fill any space with deep, crisp, and immersive sound with class leading 18 hours playback from a single charge. Thanks to Cambridge Audio’s Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology, the Go can create massive sound for its small size.

Cambridge Audio Go
Cambridge Audio Go

The new Go portable speaker updates the specification of its’ predecessor, adding NFC technology for even simpler, one-touch Bluetooth pairing and support for aptX Bluetooth to guarantee the highest quality playback. You can also now charge your portable devices (phones, tablets, etc.) via the Go using the convenient USB port on the back of the product – great for outdoor environments where charging facilities are limited.

Wireless high-quality audio streaming is easy with the Go and new Go Radio, which takes everything you love about the Go ever further by adding FM Radio. The integrated FM Radio with 3 pre-sets ensures you won’t miss a second of your favorite radio programs and a LED digital display shines bright behind the grill. The bass remains deep and vocals on-point ensuring your music stays powerful and distortion free, even at top volume.

Cambridge Audio Bluetone 100
Bluetone 100

The Bluetone 100 with powerful 100 Watt Class-D amplication can connect to virtually any Bluetooth device, and with a range of up to 32 metres, it’s never been easier to enjoy music around your home.

The Bluetone 100 showcases an impressive bold sound with two 4” wide-dispersion Balanced Mode Radiator (BMR) technology drivers which propel exceptional audio reproduction. This is accomplished by creating a full-range sound with treble, mid-range and bass all from one speaker with near 180 degree, wide sound dispersion. This makes it much easier to fill a room with sound wherever you position the Bluetone 100 and avoids having to create “sweet spots” where sound quality is at its highest. The result is fantastically clear, natural and coherent, high-quality audio which can be heard in its fullest no matter where you are in the room.





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