Loewe Soundvision

Loewe Soundvision

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Do you remember a time when a proper home audio system cost thousands of dollars and required separate cabinets just to house a bunch of different pieces of audio equipment that we would consider ugly by today’s standards?  We do. We also happen to consider ourselves pretty technologically savvy, but setting those systems up required a degree in electrical engineering and when all was said and done, you couldn’t even hook up your iPhone without getting interference. The Loewe Soundvision is pricey, but it’s worth it considering the features. You can dock your iPod or iPhone, connect with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or even ethernet (if you want to run cables), or just throw in a CD. It also has its own apps and radio accessed through the touchscreen. Any of those options get you access to high quality sound from two full range speakers and two amps. Best of all, no geek squad required.

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