RadioandMusic
| 19 Sep 2019
Toreto launches Sound Blast - a wireless soundbar
MUMBAI: Toreto has added Sound Blast to its existing series of affordable wireless soundbars. The newly launched Sound Blast provides you with the worldly experience of music, movies and much more. Equipped with multiple connectivity options, one can connect the soundbar via Bluetooth 5.0 making it easily compatible with your Smartphone, laptop, and tablet with just one touch.
 
This all new sensational Soundbar has a sleek and elegant persona that makes it attractive; one can carry it anytime and anywhere to have great music experience. The USP of the speaker is its TWS (True Wireless Speaker) which enables you to connect two soundbars wirelessly and the 16W stereo sound.
 
The all-new Sound Blast offers an impressive 8Wx2 of stereo sound (16W) that makes you feel the true spirit of the music, be it from your Smartphone, MP3 player, USB, FM radio or TV. Sound Blast has something for radio lovers too. This handy speaker comes with FM connectivity, one can auto-tune into his/her favourite channel, apart from playing saved music from your Smartphone.
 
This Soundbar has an amazing battery life that helps you enjoy your favourite music for six-seven hours at stretch. All thanks to its 2400 mAh battery capacity that allows you to have a blast for such a long time just connect the speaker to your USB cable to charge and enjoy uninterrupted music anytime and anywhere you want. The Soundbar offers fantastic sound output and comes with one year warranty and is available in elegant black color.
 
Product Specifications:
 
Wireless Soundbar
 
Infrared Wireless Remote Control
 
Multiple connectivity options; Bluetooth, USB, TF Card, Aux-in
 
In-built FM Functionality
 
Unbelievable 6-7 hours of non-stop music
 
Battery capacity: 2400mAh
 
Output Power: 8 Watts x 2
 
Pricing and Availability
 
Sound Blast is available in classic black colour at a very attractive price-point of INR 2,599/- through all the leading e-commerce platforms and retail stores across India.