on September 12, 2014

New Zebronics ‘Bliss’ brings the range and power of Tower Speaker in a single unit to do it all – party, travel, relax!

Top Notch Infotronix, India’s leading supplier of computer peripherals and Consumer Electronics under the brand ‘ZEBRONICS' has expanded its line-up of tower speakers with the introduction of the Zebronics Bliss – marking a first-time that a ‘portable’ tower speaker makes an appearance. With an in-built rechargeable battery offering a play-time of up to four hours and a convenient carry handle, this is truly a speaker unit that enables you to literally carry your party with you.

The Zebronics Bliss delivers crisp, clear sound with booming base through dual 4-inch and 3-inch drivers, aided by its fully wooden enclosure – giving an output of 10W (RMS) with a signal-to-noise ratio ≥85. The speaker system can take audio input from the usual sound sources such as laptops, mobile phones or media players via a standard accessory cable connected into its 3.5mm aux jack. In addition, it can directly play mp3 or WMA audio files off SD/MMC cards or USB flash drives. Capability to tune and play FM radio has also been added. The powerful 2000mAH battery typically runs through a play-time of up to 4 hours before requiring to be recharged.

Rainbow-coloured LED lights give character to the music as its plays, adding to the vibrant appeal and providing easy visual access to the controls – all housed in a trendy silver-grey full-wooden enclosure that follows a single box design. The dimensions of the unit are  172x138x362mm(WxDxH), making it easy to carry around to a picnic or a party, travel to the beach, or just to relax in different areas around the house.

“We continue to innovate and lead our market segment with our speakers being feature-rich, premium design and good performance at affordable prices. The new Zebronics Bliss, too, comes out on top on all these parameters,” said Pradeep Doshi, Director Sales at Top Notch. “We are confident it will be a great hit with the consumers,” he added.