CES: Tivoli Audio rolling wireless media, radio apps and more
Tivoli Audio is a name that goes best with the brilliance of music delivered by radios. The famous Model One FM/AM table radio that has won the company a wide share of recognition has just been unwired with the Model One BT that packs Bluetooth technology. This extends the functionality of the device to play music from a source rather than just the usual radio. You can pick the Model One BT in furniture-grade wood veneer cabinets of Walnut/Beige, Cherry/Silver, Black Ash/Silver, Black Ash/Black-Silver, and White/Silver. The all new PAL BT introduces the world to the freedom of Bluetooth on the most portable music system. You can now access music from remote sources like phones or PMPs by pairing them with the PAL BT. It retains memory of atleast 8 paired devices and is available in Black/White, Blue/White, White/White, and Red/White shades. Then comes the Tivoli Audio BluCon Bluetooth Wireless Technology Music Receiver. It basically rids your players and accessories of the tangle that wires bring along and is supported by Android, Apple and Blackberry platforms. The BluCon is available in Light Aluminum, Anodized Aluminum, Cherry, Walnut, Midnight Black, and Frost White. Next up is Radio Silenz Noise Cancelling Headphones that comes packed with 40mm drivers and a comfortable wear. The wood finish looks brilliant in the three available shades of Walnut, Cherry, and Black Ash. Last comes the Tivoli Audio app that has to power for turning Apple and Android devices into global music systems. It comes with a choice of ten different genres that each have preset Internet radio stations. The selection is based on the Tivoli Audio NetWorks Global Audio System database and its online-community of global fans.
Model One BT retails for $260, PAL BT sells for $300, Blucon for $150, the Radio Silenz Headphones for $160 and as for the app, well its free as air.