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Studio 19 introduces Solo E500T and 500X-EQ Bluetooth speakers

Studio19 has debuted the Solo E500T and E500X-EQ speakers that are built using patented Dual Pressure Air Compression (DPAC) “super-bass” technology and Enhanced 360° Optimized Sound.

Designed in an anodized aluminium housing available in space grey or gold, the Solo speakers pack speaker drivers with a maximum output of up to 200 watts, loud enough to handle virtually any occasion with no compromise in quality. According to the folks at Studio 19, the Solo speakers are among the world’s first “enhanced degree” patented 3D-effect portable hi-fi speakers. 

Unlike conventional 360° sound, the Solo range’s Enhanced 360° Optimised Sound flows not only left to right but top to bottom. This creates an omni-directional spread with wide, directional waves that circulate throughout a room, giving the authentic impression of a multi-speaker environment from a single speaker. 

The Solo E500X- EQ has a built-in professional EQ Graphic Equalizer, allowing users to fine tune their music to more bass, mid-range or treble. The Solo E500T features a touch control to change volume and listening mode. It’s also possible to change bass, mid-range and treble by downloading one of the free apps on the Apple App Store or Google Play.

When it comes to connectivity and play on both speakers, you can choose between Bluetooth, Auxiliary or HDMI modes. Both Solo speakers are powered by an 8,800mAh built-in battery for an audio experience up to eight hours. When either runs out of power, you can recharge it with a powerbank or connect to the main power (via a type-C cable) for faster charging.

The Studio 19 Solo E500X-EQ  and the Solo E500T touch control speakers are both available for $570.58 from https://www.studio19.london/ .


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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.