Hi-tech wireless music system for the connected home

At the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, British start-up Musaic launched a new-age wireless music system which supports high-resolution multiroom audio.

Musaic works with your home Wi-fi to play music from any smartphone, tablet, Mac or PC/laptop, plus internet-based streaming services such as Grooveshark, Aupeo, Rhapsody, Napster, iHeartRadio, SomaFM, Murfie and TuneIn. The new Qualcomm AllPlay smart-media platform links streaming apps directly to the speakers, putting thousands of online radio stations from around the world at your fingertips. It can be integrated with home automation such as smart lighting to create and control scenes and moods.

Also at the show, American company NYNE launched its new suite of wireless hi-fi audio products based on the brand’s “WiHi” platform, enabling the creation of a multiroom, multisource audio experience that everyone can connect to using Wi-fi and Bluetooth, independent of a router or internet connection.

Read more: http://www.scmp.com/native/tech/topics/premier-living/article/1820483/hi-tech-wireless-music-system-connected-home

Popular posts from this blog

Commercial Automation Leader SOMFY Joins ZigBee

Home automation gets cheaper, smarter, easier

The smart home and a data underclass