F&D Sound Bar with T300X Subwoofer and wired mic support launched in India

“The new F&D convertible Sound Bar with Subwoofer is touted to offer powerful bass”

F&D has unleashed a new Sound Bar with Subwoofer T300X in India. The speaker has been priced in the country at Rs 9,990 and is touted to deliver powerful bass and balanced sound for your movies, music, and video games. The T300X comes with a wooden subwoofer and two satellite Sound Bars.

T-300X-1

The speaker features Bluetooth to wirelessly pair it with an audio source, as well as, Aux and USB connectivity options. The audio accessory also has FM storage for up to 100 stations, which works on PLL technology. The F&D T300X speaker is equipped with 70W RMS power rating, support for remote control and multicolour LED lights on the subwoofer. The wooden cabinet of the subwoofer and full range drivers for sound bars are said to bring brings rich and deep bass, paired with distortion-free low frequencies across the distance of over 15m.

Furthermore, the speaker offers wired mic support for karaoke nights. The F&D T300X Sound Bar with Subwoofer is available with a one-year warranty and goes for sale in the country starting today via leading retail stores and e-commerce platforms.

Speaking at the launch event, Mukesh Bansal, Director – F&D India, says, “While TVs have made significant advancements to screen and picture processing to improve image quality, for the most part, this cannot be said for their built-in sound. To get a real home cinema experience, you need help, which is where Sound Bars have become essential to your TV. Our newest T300Xis a complete package that adapts to all forms of entertainment & offers astoundingly good value for money with excellent sound quality.”

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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