Tivoli Makes Three Music System Portable
Weighing in at less than four pounds, the compact stereo packs in Bluetooth.
May 21, 2014 by Rachel Cericola

Tivoli Audio has announced another nice looking Bluetooth speaker. However, this time you won’t have to bring people into your home to ogle that retro goodness. The new Three Music System is made to travel.

The Three Music System is Tivoli’s first portable system with Bluetooth, which means you’ll be able to pair it with a smartphone, tablet or computer. Once you connect it with something, the Music System Three will remember those devices—up to eight of them, actually.

Inside, the Music System Three has two 3-inch long-throw drivers, as well as wide, stereo and mono modes with adjustable bass, treble and balance.

Weighing in at less than four pounds, the Music System Three is easy enough to take to the beach, the backyard or the barbecue. It even has an integrated carry handle that doubles as a storage spot for the included remote control.

The Music System Three does need batteries, but Tivoli has been kind enough to ship the product with rechargeable Lithium ones and a built-in battery charger. According to the company, 12 hours of charging time will get you about 20 hours of playback.

Other features include AM/FM radio with five station presets, an external telescopic FM antenna, a clock with alarm and snooze options, dual rear bass ports, and an auxiliary port.

“The portable radios from Tivoli Audio have always been popular with our customers, beginning with the PAL radio,” says Tivoli Audio CEO, Founder and Designer Tom DeVesto. “Now we have expanded on that theme and introduced our first portable stereo system in the Music System Three.”

Tivoli plans to ship the Music System Three sometime in late summer, with an MSRP of $299. Available in black or white, the company will also have optional real wood veneer cabinets in walnut, cherry and black ash. (The European market will also get a DAB version.) If you’re planning to take the system outside, those cabinets are removable—and sold separately for $100 each.

Also Check Out:
Tivoli Outs New Bluetooth Systems for Your Tabletop
Denon Debuts Bluetooth Speaker with 10 Hour Battery
Tivoli Audio Debuts Albergo Wireless Music System

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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