Panasonic is gearing up to launch a couple of portable Bluetooth speakers namely the SC-NA30 and the SC-NA10. Both of these speakers feature built-in batteries and enhanced deep bass playback features. Panasonic claims that the NA30 is capable of dishing out audio for a good 14 hours of playback. It also features Panasonic’s aptX low latency high-performance audio codec that decodes low-compressed, high-quality audio data. It also features a subwoofer and double passive radiators. Thanks to its lightweight, rigid mica speaker material and neodymium magnet the speaker’s amplitude is supposed to be efficiently increased so the overall tone quality should be optimized. All of this is compressed into a rather slim looking design.
The second device i.e. the NA10 is a slightly more sophisticated looking device that comes with its own little stand cum case. This one is said to be able to provide at least 11 hours of playback. Like the NA30, the NA10 also comes with the aptX low audio codec. The device houses two front speakers and passive radiators to help reduce vibrations and hopefully deliver a sound bass line. Of course both devices can also be used as dedicated speakerphone. These speakers are Bluetooth 3.0 compliant with support for A2DP, AVRCP and HFP. The Panasonic Music Streaming apps is readily available on the Google Play store to help streamline the process. Bass and treble control, a built in mic for calls and AUX input are also part of the features set on both speakers. They’re due to hit Japan around November 22nd. The NA30 will be priced at approximately $337 (33,000 YEN) and the NA10 at around $224 (22,000 YEN). The NA10 will be available with a Red and Blue case, while the NA30 is sitting pretty dressed in black.
[Via - Impress]