Of course, among those who think that the classic stereo Hi-Fi is out of date in favor of devices for playing music that technology provides is definitely not Sony. The Japanese, in fact, has just introduced three new proposals that constitute the offering of its Series G
Elegant and classic, featuring a brushed aluminum finish that gives a touch back and is pleasing to the eye, the three Sony Micro Hi-Fi Series G is present with its compact size and great promises regarding the quality of sound, made also thanks to the excellent level of technology “geometric grounding”, which according to Sony provides superior sound quality and minimizes distortion, being able to play a sound quality regardless of the type of music played.
The speakers for the three models are characterized by a piece of furniture in wood and high gloss, with an amplifier of 60 watts per channel, and ensuring compatibility with various iPod and iPhone through the front USB port, which can also be used to connect a thumb drive, an MP3 player or a portable hard drive and play songs stored on it.
At the summit of the G series is the model-G2NiP CMT, which has a WiFi connection very useful for playing music directly to your PC wirelessly, with the possibility of access to streaming Internet radio, and given the DLNA compatibility, the interface without problems to the home network.
Interesting is also the model immediately below, ie, the CMT-G1BiP, which has the function of connecting to the Internet but which tuner is compatible with the DAB digital radio, while the base bid is the CMT-square G1iP ideal for listening to FM radio, compact discs or audio files stored in media compatible with the system is able to interface.
The new Sony Micro Hi-Fi Series G will be available from late August to prices that have yet to be disclosed.