High-end (they say “distinctive”) audio manufacturer Sonoro is storming into the American market with the release of the “cubo” line.

The product will come in two flavors — “cubo elements” and “cubo fusion.” The elements model comes with Internet radio that allows users to choose from 10,000 radio stations. There is also an AM/FM version of the product. “fusion” comes equipped with an iPod docking station and key-lock system to secure the unit in place.

“Cubo fits comfortably on nightstands, kitchen counters and tabletops, adding flair to any room,” the company said recently. “User-friendly buttons let individuals effortlessly control their music and program alarms to a desired song or radio station.”

The system is built on a full-range driver with a bass-reflex tube. It comes in three wood and seven lacquer-color finishes. It looks like a good one, and at $350, they just might catch the eyes of their style-conscious target market.

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