Sharp has officially unveiled a new NFC enabled Stereo System, with the Sharp XLHF202 HiFi set to hit reatilers across the UK today.
With Bluetooth-enabled audio playback, the NFC compatible music player gives users the ability to stream tracks by touching any Bluetooth device against Near Field Communication (NFC) tags, which can be used up to 10 metres away.
“Listening to music with the XLHF202 is as easy as sitting down and putting your phone or tablet down on the table,” said Hiroshi Katta, audio product marketing manager at Sharp UK.
“These products are our most versatile stereos to date, offering the widest range of ways to listen to your favourite tracks at the best possible audio quality.”
Sharp XLHF202 HiFi Stereo System Features
As well as two NFC tags, the Sharp XLHF202 HiFi Stereo System comes with a dock for playing music while charging an iPhone or iPad and a USB port to play MP3, WMA, AAC audio files from any device. There is also an RDS FM radio tuner.
High quality sound is provided by two 50W RMS digital amplifiers as well as two-way speakers combined with 2.5cm soft dome tweeters, 12cm woofers and bass reflex.
Compact at just 215mm x 96mm x 335mm, the stereo system has a silver finish and comes with a piano black iPad stand to support your device while it’s connected to the stereo.
Sharp XLHF202 HiFi Stereo System Release Date and Price
Despite having only just been revealed, the Sharp XLHF202 HiFi release date is already upon us, with the stereo available to purchase now for £199.99
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