Bayan Audio drops the Soundbook X3

bayan-audio-front-2.jpgBritish audio specialist Bayan Audio has added another model to its growing range of high quality, rather good looking speakers.

The £249.99 Soundbook X3 combines top-end components with Bluetooth v4.0 audio streaming which the company claims

‘replicates the entire frequency of the audio, maintaining CD-quality audio over the Bluetooth connection and ensuring that users lose the wires without losing the audio quality. ‘

The speakers also feature integrated NFC technology which means that a single touch can get devices working together and the music started.

Other features include TDMA noise rejection which Bayan says ensures clearer, uninterrupted streaming, plus an integrated battery with 10 hours of power.

The Soundbook X3 also boasts 20W stereo power and works with smartphones, tablets and laptops. There’s also a speakerphone feature and integrated FM radio.

‘Our aim is to create the best possible audio experience with all of our products, as well as clean, timeless designs which are both simple and easy to use’ says Prash Vadgama, CEO of Bayan Audio. ‘We spent a lot of time developing the right quality of speaker drivers that matched the enclosures and amplifier set up. This ensured that whether you’re listening to the delicate notes in a classical arrangement or the powerful bass in an R’n’B track, Soundbook X3 offers not just power, but detail too. Together, these produce the best possible listening experience, all housed in a beautiful, contemporary design.’

Its is available now and comes in two colours – Brushed Silver/Turquoise and Charcoal/Burnt Orange.

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  • Alex Matthews

    Have they fixed the battery problem? at £250 they should have, my original Soundbook gave me no end of problems,in the end I gave up.