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Aves Digital Intros New Line of FM/DAB+ Tabletop Radios
London - Nov 7, 2012 - AvesDigital has introduced a new line of five tabletop DAB+ radios. The top of the line is the Neon (£100, $130) with automatic time update and an alarm function, and a large, blue LCD display that allows the user to select and save up to 20 DAB+ or FM stations. Next is the Aves Tango (£80, $104) which offers stereo playback through twin speakers housed in an acoustically tuned wooden cabinet. Battery or ac-powered, it offers DAB+ or FM frequencies, ensuring it's future-proofed for changes in UK radio.
The Aves Classic (£60 or $78) offers the same classic styling but with just one speaker, allowing it to fit more easily into tight corners where space is a premium. The Aves Sky (£50 or $65) offers digital radio reception and audio quality for both DAB+ and FM, with a blue LCD display. The Aves Jazz (£60 or $78) offers the same level of performance but also has a carry handle for easy transportation. Both can be battery or ac-powered. The Aves Air (£50 or $65) is a personal, portable radio designed to fit easily in the pocket. Battery-operated with up to 8 hours of uninterrupted playback, it offers both DAB+ and FM frequencies with supplied headphones.
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