Posted: November 19, 2021|Categories: Audio , Digital Music , iPhone , MQA , Music , Networked Entertainment , New Product Announcements , Portable Audio , Product Introductions , Speakers , Audio , Wireless Speakers , Wireless Systems , Bluetooth Speakers , Product Reviews , Streaming Music , Powered Speakers , New Products , Smart Home System , Music Streamers , Bowers & Wilkins|
The New, Reimagined Zeppelin from Bowers & Wilkins
It’s simple, beautiful, and it can reach sonic heights that will take your breath away. Indeed, the new Zeppelin has brought wireless speaker sound quality to a whole new altitude.
Unrivaled, Room-Filling Stereo Sound
Deep & Throaty Bass Response
High-Res Wireless Streaming
Apple AirPlay 2, Spotify Connect, Qobuz, and Tidal Support
The new 800 Series has improvements in many of the breakthrough features Bowers & Wilkins is known for, including signature Diamond dome tweeters, Continuum cones, and Matrix cabinets.Read more »
Posted: May 18, 2021|Categories: Audio , Computer Audio , Digital Music , Music , Portable Audio , Speakers , Music , Digital Music , Portable Audio , Streaming Speakers , Streaming Music , Mobile Sound , New Products|Tags: wireless music , wireless , streaming music , streaming , speakers , outdoor speakers , music lovers , music|
With technological advancements in drivers, signal processing and Bluetooth audio quality, today’s portable speakers sound better than ever. Here’s a look at some of our favorites.
Posted: April 21, 2021|Categories: Audio , DACs , Digital Music , Music , Audio , Music , Digital Music , Speakers , Do It Yourself , DACs , MQA , Streaming Speakers , Streaming Music , Mobile Sound , Sonos , New Products , Denon , Music Streamers|Tags: wireless music , wireless , streaming music , streaming , sound , sonos , new products , hi-fi , denon , #tidal , #streamingmusic , #spotify , #heosbydenon , #bluesound|
Choosing the Right Music Streamer for Your System Part 1
Music systems used to be based on physical sources such as records, tapes, and CDs. Twenty years ago the paradigm began to change, as digital files could be stored on your computer for download to an iPod or other digital music player. Today, even though vinyl has made a resurgence and many people still enjoy their CD and downloaded collections, it’s really a streaming world, as all you have to do is sign up for the subscription service(s) of your choice and you have access to millions of songs.
In the beginning, streaming music didn’t offer such great sound quality. Now, however, services such as Amazon Music HD, Qobuz and Tidal stream in CD quality and even Hi-Res, giving you the convenience of millions of songs at your fingertips and high-performance sound. In short, no modern music system is complete without streaming — but what’s the best way to get streaming capability into your enterta