To specify some of the features, DISCO has built-in Bass Booster and Microphone for telephone calls.
Xander, which was founded in January 2016, has launched a new portable speaker - DISCO. A Bluetooth speaker with high-quality sound, DISCO also comes with stunning visual effects which essentially changes the interiors of the room while playing music. The speaker is built out of Aluminium.
For those who are not aware, Xander is a New Delhi based company and is a part of $200 Million MCC group. The brand offers unmatched sound solutions through a comprehensive range of Multi Media Speakers that help enhance the music listening experience of the young and well informed music-loving consumers of India.
Boasting how perfectly DISCO fits the living space, the speaker comes with a sleek design, decent specifications and is extremely portable. Further, Xander claims that DISCO is a feast for those seeking for a good sound experience.
To specify some of the features, DISCO has built-in Bass Booster and Microphone for telephone calls. It can also play via microSD card apart from Bluetooth technology to any device which is about within 15 meters of range. Another unique feature in this Bluetooth speaker is the LED which is situated at the top and functions to give a nice change in ambience of room. Further, it changes colours frequently to give the room a party like theme.
At the launch of DISCO, Ajay Mehta - Managing Director of Xander Audios shared his enthusiasm and said, "Music is a soothing catalyst which can uplift one's mood and also provide new energy. Keeping this in mind we have come up with DISCO which promises to cater to the needs of every Music Lover!"
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