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JVC Tower Speaker TH DKN80 priced at Rs 15,999 launched at flipkart.com

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Priced at Rs 15,999, the JVC Tower Speaker TH DKN80 is housed in wooden cabinet having display on the front panel & control pad at the top.

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JVC, a Japan based consumer electronics brand which already has couple of products in Indian markets in car audio segment has now expanded its portfolio by launching a floor standing speaker named as ‘'. Priced at Rs 15,999, the is housed in wooden cabinet having display on the front panel and control pad at the top. The JVC Tower Speaker TH DKN80 comes with dual towers of 8-inch woofer, 4-inch audio driver that covers the midrange, and 1.5-inch tweeter. It has built-in amplifier with audio cross-over and three way acoustic design that creates a dynamic sound with each tone mapping a distortion-free deep bass foundation.

With several connectivity options, the speaker can be easily connected to various media devices using Bluetooth. The speakers also support USB, SD, FM channel support or MMC cards, MP3/WMA format to play your choice of music. Also, it comes packaged with dual wireless mic for karaoke, one can connect two or more wired mic for a band song to sing all along.

The product is available online with www.flipkart.com and leading retail stores like Croma and Sargam Electronics. The product is also available at various retail and wholesale markets across Delhi, Kolkata, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Bangalore and other areas in the country.

“We are excited with the rollout of our first product in the Home Audio category. Our newest launch is the standing ovation that your floor has been waiting for. With visually striking features & no compromise in sound, the newest shall capture the attention of the eye, as much as it commands the ear – A new definition to LOUD sound” says Sharan Maini, Director, JVC India.

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Sanjay Singh covers startups, consumer electronics and telecom for TechObserver.in
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