Revo Intros SuperConnect


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Revo SuperConnect

Oct 8, 2013 - British electronics manufacturer Revo has introduced the SuperConnect, a new radio that is equipped to receive a wide range of digital radio standards including DAB and DAB+ in addition to FM with RDS and Internet radio. SuperConnect's ability to communicate with external devices and services is extensive: DLNA and WLAN technology enables wireless audio playback from external computers and music servers, Bluetooth with Apt-x delivers streaming from smartphones and tablets, and it can connect to Spotify.

Other features:
■ Graphical OLED display with secret-until-lit lens
■ Intuitive joystick controlled user interface
■ Digital alarm clock functionality with sleep and snooze
■ 8 favorite station presets per mode
■ 15W Class-D amplifier with 3.5" BMR speaker driver
■ Stereo RCA, optical out and aux in connectors
■ 3.5mm headphone connector
■ Full feature remote control (included)
■ Multi-country power supply (UK, Europe, USA and Asia)
■ Dimensions: 10.6" (W) x 7" (H) x 4.75" (D)
■ Weight: 6.25 lbs

The SuperConnect will ship Nov. 8, 2013. MSRP is about $400.




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