In the market for high-end speakers to go along with your new iPad or various other iOS devices? Ceratec’s brand new CeraAIR Two speakers might be what you’re looking for. Featuring a gorgeous design that just exudes class, the CeraAIR Two is a marvel to look at. While it is an AirPlay compatible wireless speaker that is meant to play music from your iOS devices or computer (via iTunes), it can also be used to play Internet Radio, YouTube or your other audio files wirelessly or via RJ45 cables.
In addition to functioning as regular desktop speakers, the CeraAIR Two can be mounted on your wall horizontally or vertically. It also features additional input ports for you to plug in devices such as your TV or CD player. Bass output can also be adjusted, and if you have a subwoofer the CeraAIR Two can also be hooked up with it. With a total amplifier output of up to 200 watt, it should be enough to fill any normal sized room with audio.
The CeraAIR Two is available now with a price tag of €599 ($780) and it comes in silver, black, gold, high-gloss white, high-gloss black as well as in any RAL color (upon enquiry).
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