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Panasonic Launches Multi-Channel Speaker Systems – SC-HT18GW–K & SC-HT21GW-K, Starting At Rs. 4,990

Panasonic India has added two new multi-channel speaker systems to its existing line-up – SC-HT18GW–K and SC-HT21GW-K at Rs. 4,490 and 6,990 respectively.


The SC-HT18GW-K houses an FM tuner and SC-HT21GW-K has an in-built Bluetooth function for Anywhere-Entertainment. The  SC-HT18GW-K is beautifully designed and is also called as ‘2.1 Mini’ because of its compact size, has a powerful sub-woofer built with a wooden cabinet delivering the high quality punch. The speaker front has an attractive grill in gun-metal colour giving it an elegant and premium look. The 45W RMS 2.1 Mini also features an FM tuner with antenna giving a retro look captured in a modern metallic design.

SC-HT21GW-KOn the other hand, the 65W RMS SC-HT21GW-K, referred also as the ‘2.1 BT’, incorporates an in-built Bluetooth function for seamless connectivity and has a handcrafted wooden cabinet which produces rich bass effect with a perfect combination of vocal clarity. The 2.1 BT boasts of the famous Tall Boy speaker design, which is perfectly compatible with your 32” TV set.

Speaking on the occasion of launch, Mr. Ashish Sasidharan, Product Head, Consumer Electronics, Panasonic India, said, “We have received positive feedback from the customers for our recently launched products, the 2.1Ch HT20 and 4.1Ch HT40. The new launches are an extension of our existing product family. We have focused a lot on the design and sound of 2.1 Mini. The 2.1 BT is a product extension of our hero model launched last year, the HT20 2.1 Channel speaker System, and delivers an enhanced sound performance. The Bluetooth connectivity of 2.1 BT is simple and hassle free. We are confident of the success of both the products.”

According to Panasonic, the organized Audio market size is estimated to be 2.8 Million Units per year in 2016 in India and Panasonic India will be aiming to seize 10% of the market share under its name.


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