The Exos-9, launched today by Aiwa, is a new portable Bluetooth speaker designed for serious, powerful sound.
CHICAGO — March 17, 2015
Aiwa announced today the launch of its new product, the Exos-9. With 100W of sound and 5 active drivers, the Exos-9 is the only portable Bluetooth speaker that can actually replace an entire home stereo.
According to Joe Born, CEO of Aiwa, “For many of us, the home stereo was a fixture of our homes. Technology has obsoleted [many of these components], but what hasn’t become obsolete is what we call the ‘home stereo experience’ – when speakers are good enough to turn a gathering into a party.”
Designed to produce this “home stereo experience”, the Exos-9 delivers uncompromising sound in a contemporary format. It is unabashedly large for a portable Bluetooth speaker. Rather than shrink the speaker to make it fit in a bag, Aiwa put sound quality first. The extra size works to its advantage, enabling lower bass, cleaner sound, and louder volume. At 19.4” x 7.5” x 11.7” and 13 lbs, it’s easy enough to move, but big enough to get a whole party dancing.
These unique features set the Exos-9 apart from the competition:
– 200 watts of portable power
– 5 active drivers
– Easy-to-replace rechargeable battery
– Onboard 5-band equalizer
– Remote control
Aiwa began taking preorders for the Exos-9 earlier today online at www.aiwa.us.com. The Exos-9 is priced at $299.99 and will begin shipping later this summer. For a limited time, Aiwa is offering a $30 reward for referrals. If a friend purchases through your unique link, you both get $30 back.
Aiwa, the iconic audio brand, relaunched in the U.S. in early 2015. Aiwa is now helmed by Joe Born, a veteran inventor, and is backed up by a highly experienced team that has been working together for decades and brought over $1B of products to market. The Aiwa brand has long stood for straightforward expectations of quality and reliability. With this new group gathered under the brand, Aiwa is bringing a renewed focus on true listening experiences to home audio.
Aiwa is independent and not affiliated in any with with Sony Corporation or any of its subsidiaries.