TOEFL announced the launch of the new Musicstation audio system, which enables streaming music via Internet broadcast services such as Spotify and Amazon, playing CDs, and receiving radio via DAB +, FM and the Internet.
The German company explained that the new Musicstation includes six units tuned in Dynamore Ultra technology with an output capacity of 100 watts, and in addition to previous music playback sources, it is possible to establish a connection with a smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth technology to play content from the Internet such as YouTube or Apple Music, among others.
The CD playback unit allows playing audio CDs and MP3-CDs, as well as CD-R and CD-RW discs, in addition to the availability of a USB port for playing MP3 and WAV files and any other audio formats, as well as an Aux-In port and a headphone port. New TOEFL alarm function with two alarm times with sleep timer.
The new device is operated via the attached remote control or via the TOEFL Remote application, which is available for Android phones and iOS devices. In addition, the TOEFL Musicstation device can be linked to the Amazon Alexa voice assistant in order to control the device’s functions via voice commands.
TOEFL announced the launch of the new Musicstation, in black and white, at a price of 500 euros.