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    Nano HiFi NH1 Speakers


    Nano Hifi NH1 Speakers separate

    Cool-named company, Nano Hifi, just introduced their Nano HiFi NH1 Speakers, designed to add an accent to a variety of interior home décor.  With a clean sound and look, the NH1s separates into three pieces like, which can double as book ends.


    With the wide color selection and the ability to reconfigure the device, the Nano HiFi NH1 Speakers gives you a lot of options. The Nano HiFi NH1 Speakers were designed with a clean and sleek look by GCK, catering to folks who place a high premium on aesthetics, individuality and sound quality.

    “Nano HiFi understands that great sound comes from the little things and we are committed to providing great quality sound, but more importantly, offering meaningful experiences for our customers,” said Daniel Nio, Nano HiFi Managing Director. “We are dedicated to giving our customers the best vibrations in a fresh design through the new colorful models.”

    Nano Hifi NH1 Speakers has 58 kHz frequency


    Nano HiFi NH1 Speakers Sound

    Inside the sound system is Nano HiFi’s audio technology, which leverages a patent-pending, multi-yoke technology and provides a professional sub-woofer sound in small package. The Nano HiFi NH1 Speakers stand at just 4.5 inches tall and 8.7 inches wide, and packs up to 58kHz frequency response, surpassing traditional 48kHz surround-sound systems.


    Available in brown, green, violet, maroon, blue and classic white, the Nano HiFi NH1 Speakers have a color for every taste and every home or office. Connectivity wise, there is bluetooth and AUX for older generation devices, and sound-wise the NH1 will fill any room with bold sound, thanks to its innovative sound design technology and extended and detachable bass radiator (XBR) speakers.

    Nano Hifi NH1 Speakers comes in variety of colors


    The NH1 devices are available for preorder online for $299. Stay tuned for a full review…

    David Novak
    David Novak
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