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Friday, August 22, 2008
Sony's New Wireless Multi-room Audio System For Ipods


Sony took the wraps off its new wireless, multi-room audio system for listening to iPod players.

The new S-AIRPLAY system features Sony?s S-Air technology, which provides a practical, wireless multi-room solution without complicated setup requirements. Wireless audio can be transmitted from the system?s main docking station in one room to various rooms throughout the home -- up to nearly 164 feet?simply by plugging a separate S-Air wireless speaker into a power outlet.



S-Air technology delivers audio wirelessly to the included speakers without interfering with other household devices. The system comes with one docking station and two S-Air wireless speakers, but it can transmit to up to 10 speakers simultaneously (additional speakers sold separately).

Equipped with an AM/FM tuner, the S-AIRPLAY system?s dual source feature lets users listen to music from the iPod player or from a radio station. Listeners in one room can hear their favorite radio station, while listeners in another room can enjoy music from the iPod at the same time.

The S-Air wireless speakers include remote control capability for the iPod player?s music tracks so you can advance or go back to previously played songs. The speakers also incorporate sleep timers and an alarm clock function.

To connect to an existing home theater system or television set, the docking station includes composite A/V outputs. It also charges the iPod while it is docked.

Pre-orders for the S-AIRPLAY audio system are now being accepted online at www.sonystyle.com. The system (model AIR-SA20PK) will be available in September for about $400 at Sony Style retail stores and select retailers nationwide. Additional S-Air wireless speakers will also be available next month for about $130 direct from Sony.


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