updated 08:05 pm EDT, Wed October 30, 2013
Model M Wireless, Model L Wireless, and Model XL Wireless stream with Bluetooth
High-end sound system company Geneva has added three new models to its lineup of standalone speaker docks. The new models, the Model M Wireless, Model L Wireless, and Model XL Wireless, eschew the physical dock in favor of wireless streaming enhanced with FM tuners, a mini-jack input, and a CD player in the larger models.
The new Model M Wireless unites quality sound with a new smaller footprint, the convenience of one-touch control on the cabinet or remote handset, and an easy-to-read LED display behind the front grille. Operation is enhanced by the addition of a digital clock/alarm and by the added versatility of a mini-jack input on the rear of the device. Other features include Bluetooth A2DP for wireless audio streaming, FM radio in the US and UK and DAB/DAB+ radio in Europe, plus four amplifiers with 60W RMS output. The Geneva Model M Wireless will be available this November in black, white, red or walnut finishes for $600. The optional floor stand is an additional $199.
The new Model L Wireless offers the same compact dimensions as the original Geneva Model L, but adds to the package with Digital FM radio, high-quality Bluetooth aptX audio streaming and touch-sensitive cabinet-top controls. Features include a slot-load CD player, FM radio, and four Class-D amplifiers with 180 Watt RMS output. The Geneva Model L Wireless will be available this November in black, white, red and walnut finishes for $1,199.
Delivering full-frequency audio, Geneva's Model XL Wireless is possibly the largest system of its kind. The large model has Bluetooth aptX wireless audio streaming, a slot-loading CD player, FM radio and DAB/DAB+ radio, and six powerful Class-D amplifiers with 346 Watt RMS output. Each speaker has its own internal acoustic chamber to maximize performance. The Geneva Model XL Wireless will be available this November in black, white, red or walnut finishes for $2,299.