Nakamichi have today announced the launch of their new portable and wireless NBS 10 Bluetooth speakers.
Featuring a spherical design each of the 2W speakers that form the NBS 10 can fit into the palm of the hand, and can provide a 3D effect by splitting your music into 2 directional streams.
Designed with portability in mind the NBS 10 speakers will easily fit into a bag and have a predicted run time of seven hours per charge. As you can connect through either Bluetooth A2DP or by the 3.5mm jack connecting your device of choice shouldn’t be a problem.
Designed for both indoor and outdoor use the Nakamichi NBS 10 Bluetooth speakers are available in both Pink and Black from Tesco stores and online for £59.00
22nd July 2014 – Nakamichi, Japanese makers of innovative and high quality audio visual equipment, today announces the availability of the Nakamichi NBS 10 portable stereo speakers in the UK. Featuring a unique spherical design that can fit easily into the palm of a hand, the wireless NBS 10 Bluetooth speakers provide high quality, stereo audio and are perfect for indoor and outdoor use. The portable speakers are available now in either black or pink versions from Tesco stores and online for £59.00.
Stereo, 3D sound
Producing sound unheard of from speakers of such a small size, the Nakamichi NBS 10 is made up of two 2W orb shaped speakers that split the audio signal into left and right channels, producing true, wireless stereo sound with a 3D effect. Filling a room with no loss in clarity, the balls can be spread apart in separate areas, yet still provide listeners with crystal clear music. With ample volume, there will be no worries about those epic party tracks fading into the background and being spherical, the Nakamichi speakers offer 360-degree sound, so no matter where users are around the speakers, they won’t miss a beat.
Convenient and portable
Fitting easily into the palm of a hand, the Nakamichi NBS 10 speakers are small enough to carry in a handbag, backpack or slot into a suitcase when going away. Their rugged construction also means they are great for outdoor use as they boast dirt and shockproof properties.
Completely wireless, there is no messing around with unsightly wires or worries about keeping the music source close to the speakers – there is a Bluetooth range of up to ten metres. The speakers boast a unique ball shape covered in colourful mesh fabric, which are sure to make a statement by the pool, at a picnic or in the home.
Easy use and connectivity
Using Bluetooth A2DP technology, almost all mobile devices can connect to the Nakamichi NBS 10 speakers i.e. iPhone, Android devices, tablets, laptop and PCs. Connection is simple and a 3.5mm jack is also provided if users don’t have access to Bluetooth. Up to seven hours playback time can be had from a single charge using the micro-USB cable and an LED indicator quickly shows the status of the speakers. Volume up and down buttons are located on a metal belt around the middle.
The Nakamichi NBS 10 Bluetooth speakers are available now in pink or black for £59.00 from Tesco stores and online.
As a leading Japanese consumer electronics brand, Nakamichi Corporation Ltd. has a long-standing unparalleled reputation for innovation and quality in the field of audio visual equipment. Founded in 1948 as a research and development firm in electronics and optics, Nakamichi produced the world’s first three-headed cassette deck, an innovation that employed separate tape heads for playback, recording and erasure.
During the 1950s, Nakamichi also developed one of the first open reel tape recorders, which involved the design and manufacture of its own magnetic tape heads. Nakamichi’s experience in this arena led to it being sought after as an OEM manufacturer for other companies and, in 1967, the company began to produce equipment for various foreign manufacturers, including Harman Kardon, KLH, Advent, Fisher, ELAC, Sylvania, Concord, Ampex and Motorola.
In addition to its status as a world leader in cassette decks, the company is also renowned for its pioneering work in the development of self-centering record players, high-end DAT recorders and ultra-compact slot-loading CD changers.
Researchers at Nakamichi also discovered that the human ear is much more tolerant of harmonic distortion if the distortion components are time-aligned with regard to the primary signal. Thus, another of the company’s innovations, Nakamichi Harmonic Time Alignment (HTA) amplifiers, adopts a wideband, low open-loop gain design, which masks distortion through the primary signal.
Nakamichi then introduced a line of car stereo products, which Toyota used as the flagship audio system for it’s range of High end Lexus automobiles.
A further breakthrough was the music bank in Nakamichi’s CD players, which was based on a single loading tray concept with a total capacity of seven CDs. This was a distinct improvement on the self-loading magazine or a carousel offered by its competitors.
After being acquired by Grande Holdings, Nakamichi was repositioned as a manufacturer of high-end “soundspace lifestyle systems”, and released its first portable DVD player with built-in LCD screen, the Lumos, in 2006.
Since then, Nakamichi’s dedication to quality innovations timeless design & class leading performance in High end & lifestyle audio and audio-visual equipment has resulted in the company becoming universally recognised as a global player.