Marantz intros world’s first Apple AirPlay licensed stereo system
Audio and visual electronics specialists Marantz has introduced to promote the earth’s first sound system with Apple AirPlay music streaming capacity.
AirPlay allows customers stream music during your entire house – wirelessly, with numerous leading producers joining integrate the program into speaker docks, Audio-video receivers and home theatre systems. AirPlay works over Wi-Fi or perhaps an Ethernet connection, or a mix of both.
The Marantz Tune Media ‘all-in-one’ stereo system, enables customers to stream music using their iTunes collections towards the Marantz system simply.
The Tune Media has a CD drive – supporting regular, in addition to CDR/RW, and MP3 and WMA encoded dvds. The system has a 50 pre-set-outfitted DAB/DAB and FM/AM tuner for hearing radio channels.
Finally, the M-XPort enables you to definitely stream computer-stored music via Bluetooth while using optional RX101 Bluetooth Receiver.
The Marantz Tune Media is going to be offered by later this month for ￡499.90. Marantz notes, AirPlay is triggered with an optional ￡40 firmware upgrade from November.