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ASUS AIR3 iPod and Internet Ratio dock unveiled

Posted on Monday, December 29 2008 @ 05:25:44 CET by

ASUS has introduced the AIR3, a high definition speaker dock with iPod and Internet Radio support. More info over here.
ASUS, world-leading provider of digital home solutions, has today launched the new ASUS AIR3, which integrates an iPod speaker with Internet radio—a combination designed to fulfill the needs of any discerning audiophile. An exquisite design stylishly envelopes the HDSS® (High Definition Sound Standard) certified speakers, and the ETL™ (Embedded Transmission Line) module within the chambers provide natural, real and clear sound quality.

Superior Audio Enjoyment with HDSS® ETL™ Certified Speakers
The AIR3 is equipped with HDSS® certified speakers with embedded ETL™ modules. The ETL™ module is a physical structure inside the chambers that reorganizes sound energy to reduce the disruptive vibration that would otherwise make listeners feel fatigued and uncomfortable. With ETL™, the AIR3 is able to deliver audio relaxation to users with pristine clarity. Besides adopting the ETL™ module in the chamber design, the AIR3 also utilizes a TI (Texas Instruments) class-D audio power amplifier TPA3120D2 to deliver perfect sounds, delivering cinematic audio reproduction for a home entertainment experience that is truly relaxing.



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