Original MaestroKitchen Sound 100 System by Harman Kardon

Unfortunately cooking is not one of my favorite activities. Usually I have not the necessary patience for this activity. Sometimes it seems to last forever. Definitely, cooking is a necessary thing without which we cannot live and sometimes may become a real pleasure if you know a way of transforming it into some great enjoyable moments. Usually, when I am in the kitchen I listen to the radio but you may come with some more attractive ideas to combine with cooking as Harmon Kardon did.

Harmon Kardon in collaboration with Verburg Audio created the world’s first musical kitchen cabinet, a system called MaestroKitchen Sound 100 System. Actually it is an original high performing audio system in-built in the back of the kitchen cabinet doors. Its visible part is a black glass display with a small screen which lets you know what playing.The system is also comes with an additional subwoofer for the bass tones.

The advantages of this great system is that it hardly can be noticed because of the lack of the wires and speakers and the fact that can offer you the opportunity to connect yourself to all kind of devices like radio, CD, IPod, MP3 or mobile phone in order to listen to your favorite music.Now your cooking moments will pass so quickly that you will hardly notice them and your cooking activity will become more pleasant and attractive.

Published by in Home Gadgets, on June 30th, 2011


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