Bayan 7 iPhone, iPod Speaker Dock Launched

Posted: December 15, 2011 in Iphone
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Bayan Audio have this week unveiled a new addition to their range, with the launch of the Bayan 7 iPhone and iPod speaker dock, which has docking ports located on either side. Audio is provided by its 8″ bass, 2″ mid-range drivers and 1″ wide projection tweeters, creating 120W of audio power.

iOS owners will be please to learn that all Bayan Audio products are approved with Apple’s stringent TDMA Noise Rejection tests. Ensuring that no interference is created from mobile phones or other radio transmitter devices when in use.

On the rear of the Bayan 7 is a media port which allows you to link up your iPad if required, as well as other devices using a 3.5mm audio cable and the aux port.

The Bayan 7 measure 45cm x 30cm x 28cm and weighs in at 6.84 kg. Bayan Audio is a division of Radiopaq and their new Bayan 7 is now available to purchase from their website for £299.

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Comments
  1. Another great article Very useful, informative and well written.This is an amazing hub, you definitely caught my attention. Thanks and Keep up the good work.

  2. Arthur says:

    I’ve heard a demo track on one of these and DAMN it is good. Loud enough for a party and the bass is unreal. Worth a lot more than £299 IMO.

  3. Laure Swint says:

    thx, i will check back later, have bookmarked you for now.

  4. MamaLi says:

    I bought one of these from HMV and I cannot fault it. I was a bit worried it might not look right in my home but it’s a lot more understated than you might think. The clarity of sound is amazing. I had a Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin Air before but this is far superior, and that broke anyway! The bass is full and rich, and all EQ’s have room to breathe. Top notch.

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