Sound Rise by Soundfreaq


Sound rise is the latest product innovation from Soundfreaq, the innovator of bluetooth speakers in the market today.

The alarm clock redesigned, Sound Rise for music lovers who like and want to start their day with their favorite tunes, rock out while getting ready to go and relax with music as they fall asleep.

Soundfreaq packed Sound Rise with award-winning sound quality and tons of smart features into this compact alarm clock that will look right at home beside in your bedroom and fill your life with more music.

As a wireless speaker, bluetooth wireless streams music and audio from any app including Pandora, Spotify, Rdio, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, Youtube, Netflix and many more.

It has a built-in tone control to select your desired equalization. The built-in FM radio has presets to enjoy your local stations.

You can also listen with line-in from any device with a headphone jack. It also has a sleep timer so you need not worry to turn off your music when you fall asleep.

A Smart Clock

Choose to wake up to Bluetooth streaming, FM radio or built-in chime with gradually increasing volume. It has dual alarms that can set by say of the week, weekdays or weekends. The USB port is a power port that allows you to charge your iPhone, Android and most smartphone brands.

The dimmer control for display brightness includes a blackout option for complete darkness.

This device is powered by a multivolt adaptor, has an antenna port and a DC 9v battery slot to save your settings.

*Bluetooth 4.0 wireless
*USB power phone for charging
*Line in 3.5mm jack
*Clock:dual alarm with day setting control and backup battery
*Adjustable screen brightness (with full black-out option and auto-on at wake up) with custom digits designed to optimize readability without filling room with excess light

The Sound Rise is priced at P4,450.


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