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Microlab FC60BT 2.1 Speaker System Promises Crystal Clear Sound, Transparent Stands

by Range
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There are plenty of wireless boombox solutions out there, but not all of them deliver great sound. I’ve heard some pretty lame sounds coming of the more affordable speakers, but if you’re looking for a wireless solution for your home, you might want to check out these new speakers from Microlab.

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The Microlab FC60BT speakers offer Bluetooth/NFC connectivity and have a subwoofer, as well as two stereo satellite speakers, which sit on clear stands instead of box enclosures, which the company claims will reduce harmonic distortions. The system provides a total of 105 Watts of power and comes with an RF remote control, which works from any place in your room.

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The FC60BT doesn’t come cheap though, as it’s retail price is $449(USD). The system will ship starting this May.

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  1. FendaAudio says:

    Thank you for this nice and informative article on microlab speakers

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