Bowers & Wilkins new AirPlay compatible speakers

Saturday, September 22nd, 2012 | In Electronic Gadgets | Tags: ,

Bowers & Wilkins, a British loudspeaker company that produces quality hi-fi and home theater speakers, has recently announced its new two A5 and A7 speakers with Apples’ wireless AirPlay streaming technology. It creates all convenience and freedom of wireless music without effect on sound quality.

Bowers & Wilkins new AirPlay compatible speakers
~ Bowers & Wilkins new AirPlay compatible speakers ~

Both A5 and A7 speakers have discreet design and the simplicity of playing music wirelessly with AirPlay. A5 speaker is built from the group up to deliver high-quality audio whereas the A7 speaker is uniquely combines highest-quality audio engineering and it is a fully-fledged streaming hi-fi in a single, discreet unit.

A5 and A7 speakers can stream from iTunes on a networked Mac or PC with quality, lossless audio files as well as MP3 songs, users can control their music from anywhere within the wireless range, via their device. Each of them can form a multi-room system; walk the music from room to room effortlessly. AirPlay on A5 and A7 can work seamlessly with music app, which including the Last.fm, Pandora and Mixcloud. Users can now listening to their favorite music in the ways they like it.

A5 speaker comes with anti-resonance plug technology and dimpled Flowports combine with high-end processors and high-quality digital to analogue convertors to carry digital signal untainted by distortion to fill the room with quality sound and music. A7 speaker features a six inch Kevlar-reinforced subwoofer for better and deep bass sound. It has four high-quality stereo drivers to deliver excellent dispersion for natural and widely spread sound. It combined with five dedicated audiophile Class D amplifiers to deliver impressive audio quality at all the time.

Information via bowers-wilkins.


 



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