music from your iphone straight to the speakers, wirelessly - wireless bluetooth portable speaker system
Creative Technology has a very good record in the wireless transmission of music through my home.
About a year ago, auditioning the company's voice-over wireless for the iTunes device, I found this to be a way of almost bullet-proof, can send iTunes music on my Mac to the stereo system in another room without cables.
Company's latest none-
Cables is a $300 ZiiSound 5 speaker system that plays music on your iPod or iPhone over a Bluetooth wireless connection.
The $300 price for speakers is a problem in this crowded gadget universe, which is dangerously close to well-known devices like Bose and Bowers & Wilkins.
In the same league as the game, Zii isn t is at least medium to high.
But the hook here is Bluetooth.
Smooth, thin eight
The pound unit comes with Bluetooth-
Plug in the enable dongle or transmitter at the bottom of the iPod or iPhone.
It sends music to the dock in a range of about 30 feet and will pass through the walls.
The neat thing is that your iPod or iPhone becomes the remote control of the system, and you browse the music on the device just like listening to the headphones connected to it.
There is a dock at the top of the speaker that can hold the iPod or iPhone and connect the transmitter for charging purposes.
The transmitter and base are very simple to pair with each other via Bluetooth, Zii can pair with other Bluetooth
Laptops and other equipment are also fully equipped.
As is often the case with this speaker base, there is also a standard audio
Historically, music played via Bluetooth has been plagued by snapshots, drop-outs and occasional distortion.
The idea borrowed a technology called apt.
Broadcast and professional audio also use the X codec, at least in my home, which makes music data transfer quite seamless.
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