October 18, 2010 by Robert Archer
SpeakerCraft recently unveiled its FloBox series of products, which will be available to the company’s traditional custom electronics professionals channel as well as larger retail establishments.
It’s quite a departure for the pioneering architectural speaker manufacturer. The FloBox series features the FloBox and FloBox Mini, and they both integrate iPod/iPad/iPhone docks, FM tuners and mini-USB inputs to facilitate computer-based connections with software like iTunes.
SpeakerCraft arms the FloBox with two 3.5-inch midrange drivers, two .75-inch dome tweeters and a single 5.125-inch woofer. The smaller FloBox Mini features a driver array of two 3-inch midrange drivers and two .75-inch tweeters.
The larger FloBox also adds a built-in CD player to provide added media playback options, and the Calif.-based company offers the products in a choice of black, white, silver, red or yellow gloss finishes to help the products blend into a variety of home environments.
There’s no word on pricing or availability, but it would seem to make a pretty nice holiday gift, no?
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Bob is a dedicated audiophile who has been writing about A/V for Electronic House sister publication CE Pro since 2000.
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