All In Wireless Audio
CEDIA 2016: After trying to incorporate third-party wireless solutions into its premium audio products, Lenbrook and brands Bluesound and NAD developed their own wireless solution and BluOS music-management platform.
Robert Archer · September 12, 2016
Yamaha links its Disklavier Enspire piano to its wireless MusicCast multiroom audio system to enable live piano music to be distributed throughout the home.
Jason Knott · September 02, 2016
The Bluesound wireless home audio system is built around an improved user interface via a downloadable app. Check out CE Pro’s review of the Bluesound Gen 2 system.
Robert Archer · August 05, 2016
The cost effective line of wireless audio products provide single room and multizone options for dealers.
Robert Archer · June 14, 2016
Former head of both Cambridge SoundWorks and Tivoli Audio forms Kickstarter campaign for Como Audo, a self-enclosed tabletop music system.
Jason Knott · June 08, 2016
The $500 WXA-50 can be used in tandem with speakers to create a wireless audio zone, while the $350 WXC-50 can be paired with an amp or A/V receiver to add a zone of wireless audio.
Robert Archer · April 12, 2016
Research from Futuresource indicates that despite the 30 percent growth of wireless speaker products in 2015 market expectations were not exactly met.
Robert Archer · February 18, 2016
SoundTouch Developers API enables control and automation companies to incorporate SoundTouch line into systems for homeowners to play back and manage their music collections.
Robert Archer · May 11, 2015
Our annual prediction of five technologies for integrators to watch (and make money from).
Julie Jacobson · January 01, 2013