Bringing back old school design with the latest technology the R1850DB from Edifier is an active 2.0 bookshelf speaker system.

Every aspect of the R1850DB has been designed with purpose, the base has been angled at 10 degrees to accurately direct sound to you, and the wooden housing reduces distortion and minimizes acoustic resonance.  The subwoofer produces a quality atmosphere, and the 4.5-inch midrange/woofer speaker driver creates rich lows. The treble units produce clear highs, meaning the R1850DB is a perfectly tuned and balanced bookshelf speaker.

The Bluetooth 4.0 technology allows you to pair the R1850DB with any Bluetooth powered device. Once synced, the R1850DB can be used for playback from multiple devices. The speakers are also fitted with digital, analog and RCA inputs for PCs, turntables and more.

The R1850DB comes with a fully featured remote so you can adjust the volume, switch inputs, mute the speakers and control the Bluetooth playback from your fingertips. The remote has been designed so that it fits neatly in your hand for ultimate comfort. A wireless remote control is also provided which allows you to remotely control the input selection, make volume adjustments or track control.

The R1850DB is available from Amazon at RRP £159.99.

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

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