Nyne NH-6500 Home Audio System

Nyne NH-6500 Home Audio System
Nyne NH-6500 Home Audio System | US$899.95 | www.nyne.com

enjoy rocking out on your guitar as much as listening to the tunes from you iDevices? then the Nyne NH-6500 Home Audio System is the speaker of choice for you. the NH-6500 is essentially a wireless speaker, in fact, it is a home Bluetooth speaker that does what all good BT speakers do: allows you to wirelessly stream your favorite tunes from your iDevices or virtually any Bluetooth-enabled devices to it from up to 10 meters (33 feet) away. as a bonus (or not) it is also equipped with a universal dock with built-adjustable support to dock, play and charge your small Apple devices and a 3.5mm stereo auxiliary input to accommodate other sources. but it doesn’t stop there: billed as an ‘all-in-one’ system, it has practically every contemporary media covered, which includes USB port, SD memory card slot (albeit supporting a modest 8GB only), a CD player, AM/FM radio, a single alarm and digital clock and when you are bored with listening to the pros, you can roll up your sleeves and shred your own axe with the same speaker by adding an optional guitar control module. technical specifics weren’t made available (again, a disturbing trend) but its maker promised pure acoustic experience delivered through dual woofers and dual tweeters, supported by a dedicated subwoofer that fills in the lows. all these are packed into a custom designed tower enclosure in black wood finish with removable black fabric grill. naturally, being a jack of all trade, this baby doesn’t come cheap: the Nyne NH-6500 Home Audio System will set you back at $899.95 per unit, which you can grab off from select online retailers. scroll down for a few more larger imageries.

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