Orbitsound T12v3 soundbar interchangeable fronts

Let’s be honest, an Orbitsound T12v3 soundbar makes a stylish addition to the home. Launched by the acclaimed British audio technology brand, Orbitsound back in August, the T12v3 soundbar delivers the ‘spatial sound’ experience that Orbitsound are renowned for, and in doing so, has proved highly popular. And highly popular technological gadgets, it seems, cannot escape being ‘milked’ for every penny, and are usually followed by a series of accessories to adorn, improve and generally ‘show off’ a loveable device. The latest device, despite being super-stylish in its original form, unable to escape the inevitable string of accessories, post the seal of public approval proved by high sales figures, is the T12v3 soundbar, with a series of interchangeable fronts being launched, just in time for Christmas!


You can now ‘personalise’ your favourite soundbar with a range of seven stylishly coloured fronts, designed to suit the décor of any modern home. Intent on staying ‘ahead of the game’, Orbitsound has based its colour range on the interior trends predicted for 2012. The ‘bold’ collection of distinctive coloured interchangeable fronts, include Pillar Box Red, Pistachio, Ivory, Mustard, Plum, Pebble, and Duck Egg….  “Duck Egg”?!?

A Pillar Box Red soundbar certainly promises to transform the device into the focal point, as well as the talking point of a room but I’m not so sure about Duck Egg. Being unsure what colour Duck Egg actually is, I ask my trusty source Google, which informs me that Duck Egg is ‘a pale greenish blue colour, like that of some duck eggs.’ Why Orbitsound didn’t opt to call this shade a more alluring Agua Serene, or Tantalising Turquoise, instead of Duck Egg I’ll never know!

No doubt these interchangeable fonts will be a hit amongst style-conscious consumers, and if you’ve already spent £299.99 on a T12v3 sounbar, what’s another £29.99 to make it the colour of your choice?

Music made “Sweeter” with Orbitsound’s new range of audio products

Furthering its innovative range of gadgets utilizing spatial stereo technology, the British audio company Orbitsound has unveiled a new range of products for 2010, which produce premium sound that rivals the quality of much more expensive stereo systems.

It is logical that it would take a real ‘muzo’ to fully understand and appreciate the engineering and production of music at its highest quality and this is the crux of what has engineered Orbitsound’s success. The company was founded by Ted Fletcher, a sound engineer and one-time session musician and intent on producing “spatial” stereo sound, Fletcher developed spatial stereo technology.


Less ‘proficient’ listeners of music are likely to place stereo systems in the most ‘convenient’ or aesthetically pleasing of locations, as they are likely to be unaware that with traditional audio systems, there is a “sweet spot” at a certain distance from the speakers where the sound will be most clear and perfect. Discontent with only be able to experience “sweet” and crystal-clear music from one spot, Orbitsound’s spatial stereo technology creates an “infinite sweet spot”, which produces sound of clarity and perfection regardless of where the system is positioned, making the days of shuffling around for the “sweet spot” seemingly over.

Following on from the success of last year’s T12 speaker system, which sold out within a few months after it was made available in John Lewis stores for its capabilities of reaching an “infinite sweet spot”, Orbitsound have unveiled three new products.

The T12 soundbar, which incorporates an iPod / iPhone dock, is designed to be mounted above or beneath a television. The soundbar’s spatial stereo technology brings astonishing clarity and depth to both music and home cinema wherever the system is positioned. Although its proficiency in producing first-rate stereo sound is not the T12 soundbar’s only innovatively inspiring asset, as compared with other more ‘conventional’ home cinema systems, the new soundbar uses 40 percent less in energy consumption.

Perhaps the most exciting of Orbitsound’s new range, is the T4 Radiopod, a Wi-Fi enabled digital radio and iPod dock, which by incorporating spatial stereo technology allows users to listen to crystal-clear sound with precision and profundity on the radio, the internet, or their own musical collections.

Concluding the line-up of Orbitsound’s pitch-perfect new gadgets is the T3 portable speaker. Being small enough to fit into your palm the T3 speaker can belt out quality stereo sound from iPods, iPhones, laptops, Nintendo DS games and practically any audio device requiring sound quality makeover – the perfect companion for holidays, business trips and even barbeques.

With its ability to produce infinite sound depth and quality the other ‘realistically priced’ audio technology fail to achieve, Orbitsound’s 2010 gadget range is certainly music to the ears of music lovers.