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Panasonic Launches New Line Of Speakers

The new line-up of speakers are available online and at Panasonic retail stores.

Panasonic India on Wednesday launched its new line-up of speakers starting at Rs 6,890 under the “Home Entertainment” and “UA” speaker system series that come embedded with woofers and digital amplifiers.

“SC-HT30GW-K” is priced at Rs 6,890 and “SC-HT40GW-K” at Rs 8,590 under the “Home Entertainment” speaker system series.

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These speakers are capable of delivering ultra-strong bass and dynamic sound performance, the company said. IANS

These models deliver 80W of sound and feature wall-mounted speakers that play your favourite music and audio content in a powerful and pristine quality, the company said in a statement.

Extending its home “UA” Series line-up, the company launched three different models — SC-UA30GW-K, SC-UA7GW-K and SC-UA90GW-K — priced at Rs 21,990, Rs 38,990 and 44,990 respectively.

These speakers are capable of delivering ultra-strong bass and dynamic sound performance, the company said.

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These models deliver 80W of sound and feature wall-mounted speakers that play your favourite music and audio content. (IANS)

“With the introduction of this new line-up, we are offering a range that will cater to the needs of all our consumers with diversity in features and prices,” said Neeraj Bahl, Associate Director – Business Group Head, Consumer Electronic, Panasonic India.

Also Read: Facebook Brings AI-powered Video Chat Speakers

The new line-up of speakers are available online and at Panasonic retail stores. (IANS)

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