a good design hardly needs any update aesthetically (except for cars). in fact, all its maker need is to update it with the latest in technology and that good design can still pretty much last for ages. case in point: the Geneva Sound System Model XXL with Airplay. look-wise, it still bears the same awesome look that packs seven individually sealed speakers – including a 8-inch down-firing subwoofer, a pair of 1-inch tweeters, plus four 5 1/4-inch woofers – driven by Class D digital amplifiers, offering a total 589W on the tap but for this rejuvenated model, it comes blessed with new wireless technologies such as Apple’s Airplay as well as Bluetooth for high-quality wireless audio streaming, and the cabinet is now stronger than ever: it can now hold up to a 65-inch HDTV. other features include six FM and six DAB/DAB+/DMB presets, the familiar LED display, adjustable storage space for your external components such as game console, HDMI in and out, HDMI ARC, coaxial and optical input, RCA connectors, option for Ethernet connectivity and DLNA/UPnP capable. like its predecessor, the Geneva Sound System Model XXL with Airplay is of piano-lacquer wood contraction and is available in white, black, and red. yours to own for a cool sum of £2,499 (roughly US$4,020).

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