Fluance has launched a new streaming music player that has a rather retro looking design. It looks like something you would find in an audiophiles house in the '60s. The streaming audio player is the Fi70 and it is offered in black, white, and walnut colors.
Inside the case are a pair of 8-inch woofers, dual 5-inch woven glass fiber midrange drivers, and a pair of 1-inch neodymium tweeters. The speakers are powered by an integrated 280-watt amplifier with high bass response starting as low as 30Hz.
The design of the audio player has an opening in the middle and the unit is on an integrated floor stand. Bluetooth allows users to stream music to the Fi70 from sources like Spotify and others. AptX streaming tech inside helps improve sound quality from streaming sources.
An integrated EQ lets the user adjust the treble and bass in the music they are listening to. An optical input allows the device to be used to amplify sound from a TV. Auxiliary input allows connection of non-Bluetooth devices and a digital AM/FM tuner allows users to listen to local radio. Other features include touch controls, LED display and a USB port for charging devices while streaming. The Fi70 is available in black ash, lucky bamboo, and natural walnut colors for $499.