Geneva have just launched their AeroSphère music system.Geneva_Lab_1

Controlled via App or handset, AeroSphère is a stylish looking and versatile multi-source, multi-room music system comprising wireless active speakers in two sizes, for table top, shelf or floor stand, together with an optional network-connected entertainment module, the AeroSphère Base, which adds CD, DAB/DAB+, FM radio and a further line-in to the setup.

Adding to their Wi-Fi and wireless connectivity, both AeroSphère speakers offer a stereo mini-jack line input for local analogue audio sources.

Available from UK stockists this month.

AeroSphère Small – £349

AeroSphère Large – £649

Dedicated Floor Stands – £149

AeroSphère Base – £449

 

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