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Digital Treasures releases Lyrix Duo bluetooth streamer
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 @ 9:04pm

Accessory manufacturer Digital Treasures has revealed the two-in-one Lyrix Duo Bluetooth speaker with removable receiver. The wireless receiver attaches to the Lyrix Duo speaker through a mini USB port, and the device pairs with a Bluetooth-enabled device for playback with up to 33 feet of working wireless range.



The 3W speaker holds a frequency response of 20Hz through 20Khz, and has a battery life of up to four hours. The receiver is a Bluetooth 2.1 device, with support for A2DP and AVRCP. Using the provided cabling, the Bluetooth receiver can be decoupled from the speaker, and be connected to nearly any use with any speaker set using RCA connectors, or a 3.5mm plug. The Lyrix Duo is available now in red and blue. The Bluetooth streamer retails for $50.

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