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Philips launches wall mountable Hi-Fi system

25-February-2006
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Philips launches wall mountable Hi-Fi system

Philips Electronics India Ltd, a subsidiary of Netherlands-based Royal Philips Electronics, has launched the MCM 240, a Hi-Fi system recently. Priced at Rs 5,999, Philips MCM 240 is available across the country and exclusively at Philips Arena showrooms.

Speaking about the Philips MCM 240, Mrugesh Gaglani, Brand Manager, Philips Music Systems, Philips Electronics India Ltd, said, “Philips has always worked towards bringing newer technologies and providing ‘best value for money’ products to the consumers. The MCM 240 is a trendy, progressive Hi-Fi system that not only delivers on sound quality, but also rakes up points due to its compact sleek design. This unique innovation is aimed at consumers looking for convenience and brilliant looks without compromising on sound quality.”

Philips MCM 240 is equipped with a wall mountable feature, which makes it distinct from other systems. The Hi-Fi system also has a sleek front motorised CD door with viewing window, besides there is digital sound control for optimised music style settings. The Hi-Fi system is also equipped with auto digital FM tuning.

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