|Warranty length||1 Year|
|Product Award||What HiFi Award 5 Stars|
Unit: Wireless Speaker
Bluetooth: aptX codec
Amplifier: 2 x Class-D digital
Control: Remote, AeroSphere app
WiFI: AirPlay, DLNA
WPS push, WAC (iOS), LAN
Radios: FM, AM, DAB
CD (AeroSphere Base)
Cabinet: ABS covered with fabric
Drivers: 1" tweeters/4" woofers
Analog input: Stereo mini (3.5 mm)
Power Supply: 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz
Max Consumption: 100W
Standby Consumption: <0.5 Watt
Dimensions (WHD): 23.2 x 23.2 x 19cm
Weight: 2.0 kg
AC power cable
The Geneva AeroSphere Small is an ambient wireless speaker approximately half the size of its larger range-mate.
Developed to extend high quality sound re-enforcement to bedrooms and dining areas, AeroSphereʼs rescaled audio system incorporates 1” tweeter and 4” woofer individually chambered. Driven by DSP controlled amplifiers, the speakers benefit from Genevaʼs proven acoustic design regimen.
Supporting Airplay allowing you to synchronise up to four Aerosphere units, DLNA, Bluetooth (inc aptX) for playing music straight from your smartphone and wireless audio sources, the Geneva AeroSphere Small also incorporates a stereo mini-jack line input to accommodate additional analogue audio sources.
Smartphone users can also download the Geneva Aerosphere applications for iPhone and Android devices which provides more flexibility for remote use. Connected to the AeroSphere Base, the AeroSphere Small can be used as a pair for true stereo effect.
The speakers are available in Black, Red and White with optional floor-stands sold separately.
'Best wireless speaker £200-£500' (What Hi-Fi Magazine 2016)
'The Geneva AeroSphère Small has followed in the footsteps of its Award-winning bigger brother, sharing the same characteristics but with a smaller body and reduced price. For; Rich, balanced sound, impressive timing and dynamics, multi-room options.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine September 2016)
'The Small downscales that (Aerosphere Large) armoury to one each of tweeter and mid/ bass driver, powered by a pair of amplifiers. It’s more petite and less powerful but, given this company’s mastery of designing Award-winning wireless speakers, we ought not presume it to be devoid of similar talents.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine September 2016)
'The sound is slighter, perhaps, but the general characteristics are satisfyingly the same... That has a lot to do with timing; the AeroSphère isn't exactly light-footed, with lots of low-end giving the impression of a larger speaker, but it is more than capable of keeping the tempo.' (What Hi-Fi Magazine September 2016)