BBC Worldwide and WhoSounds Ltd. Presents the TARDIS Speaker System

toy-news-and-talkYesterday, BBC Worldwide and WhoSounds LTD. announced the TARDIS Speaker System. Doctor Who fans can now listen to their soundtracks (and other favorite music) on this beautifully designed speaker system. It delivers a 2.1 sound system is Bluetooth compatible, as well as audio from any device fitted with a 3.5mm headphone jack. Sound is powered by two internal full-range speakers inside and bass provided by a separate drive unit – which are all powered by an integral 2.1 audio amplifier that has been designed by an ex-Harmon Kardon sound engineer. The TARDIS Speaker System is set to arrive in April and is priced at £150 (approximately $230 US). (Via Doctor Who News)


Key Features

  • Electronic Volume Control +/-
  • 2.1 Channel Speaker System
  • Highly efficient amplification technology
  • Professional three speaker design
  • Bluetooth 2.1 +EDR, A2DP & AVRCP
  • USB Charger
  • Dual colour LED indicator (Blue and White)
  • Aux-in 3,5mm
  • A remote control (factory standard design) – Volume, Bass, track forward, track Back, Power on/off, Bluetooth and Aux connectivity
  • 9 second BBC Doctor Who TARDIS Landing soundtrack when pairing to Bluetooth.

The TARDIS Speaker System Launched by WhoSounds Ltd.

Fully scaled and beautifully designed, the speaker is sure to delight all would-be Time Lords, and offers a number of unique features.

A high quality 2.1 sound system is compatible with Bluetooth input as well as audio from any device fitted with a 3.5mm headphone. Whilst two internal full-range speakers housed inside a tuned and sealed chamber with bass provided by a separate drive unit – all powered by an integral 2.1 audio amplifier designed and optimised by an ex-Harmon Kardon sound engineer – for low distortion and high clarity, offers a real treat for audio fans.

The next and previous track selection, volume and separate bass and treble adjustments can also be made via a neat remote control.

And, for a real time travel experience, the ambient LED light positioned on the roof flashes blue when paired with a Bluetooth device, and the speaker also makes the famous TARDIS landing sound.

This fantastic speaker also features a built-in USB port which is capable of delivering up to 1 Amp, making it more than adequate to power and charge Smartphones and tablets.

WhoSounds Ltd. Director, Karl Grimsey, says:
The TARDIS speaker will delight all Doctor Who fans. Far more than just a toy or souvenir, the function and sonic performance of the TARDIS Speaker will wow audio fans too.

Full details on the product can be found via the WhoSounds website.

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