Ever (Lasting) Play of Tunes

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Global audio powerhouse, Gibson Innovations, recently launched a range of the latest innovations by major brands, all under one roof to showcase the latest in music and tech. An eye-catching, or should I say, ear-catching audio gem, is none other than the new EverPlay range of Bluetooth speakers from Philips.

The speakers will win any audiophile over with the ability to play a favourite playlist while staying connected via Bluetooth, standing 30 metres away. Throw in smart charging options and a stylish, textured and durable build, listeners can enjoy a seamless, continuous and uninterrupted music experience anywhere, and at any time. And you won’t have to worry about running out of battery juice.

 

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The Philips BT3900 EverPlay speakers. Picture Credits: Gibson Innovations

The Philips BT3900 (above) delivers big sound, thanks to its powerful driver with bass radiator, backed by an anti-clipping function supporting loud, distortion free music. The speakers are dressed with a DuraFit fabric, which makes these babies shockproof, dustproof and waterproof (IP57 rating), and comes with a USB cable that doubles up as a strap.

The Philips BT3900 will be available in the global market from July this year, with a price tag of £49.99 (S$88.30). Also in the series are the Philips BT6900 EverPlay (10 Watts; £79.99/S$141.30) and the Philips BT7900 EverPlay as seen below (14 Watts; £89.99/S$158.96).

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The Philips BT6900 EverPlay speakers. Picture Credits: Gibson Innovations
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The Philips BT7900 EverPlay speakers. Picture Credits: Gibson Innovations
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