Sony's Two New Network Music Players

Sony's all-in-one NAS-Z200iO features an integrated CD player, iPod docking station, USB port, and AM/FM radio. The unit can also stream music from a PC with its DLNA and WiFi module and is controlled by the remote control's large color 3.5-inch LCD display. Selecting by artist, album or song in your iPod is also easily done from the remote control without having to get up for your player to find what you're looking for. Two independent speaker enclosures are incorporated (20W x 2), unlike some systems which use a common or single enclosure. For higher fidelity stereo sound, the enclosures are carefully constructed within the confines of space, to keep vibration between the speakers and the main unit to a minimum. For powerful and natural bass performance, strong magnets are required. In order to achieve this in such a compact unit, double neodymium magnets are utilised for the bass drivers. The CMT-Z100iR is similar in design but lacks the WiFi and color remote. For added convenience, both the NAS-Z200iR and CMT-Z100iR can be wall mounted with a VESA wall bracket. The CMT-Z100iR will be available in Europe in July and the NAS-Z200iR will be available in Europe in September. No US release announced.

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