Regen Reverb: iPod/iPhone docking station with a solar panel
November 04th, 2009 - 01:36 am ET by D. T.
Regen has presented a new iPod/iPhone audio system. Titled the Reverb, it works either connected to a power point or the battery which has the possibility of being recharged thanks to solar power, providing battery life of up to 12 hours.
90 centimetres tall, 40 centimetres wide and 19 centimetres deep, this column of three speakers is capable of providing up to 60 Watts of RMS power with a frequency range of 50 to 20 000 Hz.
This makes it possible to play music stored on the Apple music player or Smartphone, as well as audio streams from any audio source connected to the Line-in audio input. The information is displayed on a rear lit LCD screen which measures 116x38 millimetres, with the control buttons being on each side of the iPod/iPhone cradle.
Front and back views of the Regen system (click to enlarge)
This system can work connected to and electricity point or a battery recharged via USB, power or solar energy providing up to 12 hours of life in normal use.
The LCD screen and iPod/iPhone cradle (click to enlarge)
Price and availability: This system is available from the Regen website for 2 299 dollars.
Full power: 60 W RMS
Frequency range: 50 à 20 000 Hz
3.5 mm headphone jack
Rear lit LCD screen - 116x38 mm
Direct control of the device
3,5 mm audio input
Dimensions: 900x400x190 mm
Works from power point or battery
Battery can be recharged via USB, power point of solar energy
Battery life: Up to 4h30 at high volume and up to 12h at normal volume