In for wireless? Denon has announced its new Envaya wireless speaker range, and these speakers not only work with Siri, but also come with Bluetooth aptX for superior sound quality.
The Envaya wireless speakers have been fairly popular among home theater and multimedia enthusiasts over the last couple of years. Who have taken a liking to not just Envaya, but also the Envaya Mini line of speakers.
This new range has been rumored for a while now.
And now we have the confirmation.
There are three models in this new range — the Envaya, Envaya Mini, and the Envaya Pocket. The first one is the largest of the three, and is designed for use in the home and garden. Mini is smaller and less powerful, while the Pocket is perfect for taking on travel.
As for performance, Envaya is driven by two channels of 13 watts each, the Mini by two channels of 8.5 watts, while the Pocket beats at two channels of 6.5 watts.
In terms of battery life, Envaya gets you 13 hours, while Mini and Pocket are good enough for anywhere between 11 and 10 hours respectively. Charge time is listed as between 2.5 to 4 hours.
All three models feature the Bluetooth aptX technology that makes possible CD like music quality, a range of 30 feet, and the ability to pair them up for stereo playback.
They also have Siri functionality built in, and have IP67 waterproofing, meaning they can be left submerged for up to 30 minutes.
They come with carry straps, in either gray or black finishes, and are available for purchase now.