Behringer Eclipse XT Soundbar

Behringer Eclipse XT Soundbar[CES 2012] Behringer, a company usually known for its enthusiast and professional audio equipment, has just launched this Eclipse XT Soundbar, a 160W wireless sub-woofer sound system that can deliver impressive bass and sound clarity at the same time, says Behringer. Frankly, we have not tried it, so we can neither confirm or deny this information, but what we can say is that the design is pretty neat, and  the fact that it is wall-mountable only adds to the interior design possibilities.

This sound system can receive sound wirelessly from other Behringer devices, but we’re really curious to know how to connect it to a non-Behringer device. Unfortunately, the company did not release a whole lot of details on that front, so you will have a bit more home work to do before getting one.

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