Genius to ship its first MP3 players in Q4 2005
KYE Systems, the owner of the Genius brand, informed about expanding its presence on the home entertainment market. In Q4 2005 the company is going to ship two variants of Genius MP3-DJ players. The series will further be expanded with new hard-drive and flash based novelties.
The Genius MP3-DJ is a compact player with an FM tuner designed in Genius´s traditional way.
It supports MP3, WMA and WAV and can store up to 30 radio stations of 87.5-108 MHz range. Of course, it can be used as mere data storage.
Genius MP3-DJ features 132x32 blue-backlit display and supports 8 languages, including English, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Danish, Dutch and Russian. The SNR value of the player is 90dB in 20Hz 20kHz range. The built-in equalizer features 5 presets (Pop, Jazz, Classic, Rock and Normal).
The novelty connects to PC via USB2.0 interface and powers from AAA batteries (up to 10 hours per full charge). A rather interesting feature for such type of devices is the 5-step power-saving mode.
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