Bang & Olufsen has introduced a new AirPlay alternative for party people with money to spare: the BeoPlay A9 Premium Active Speaker System. (Read More)
Bang & Olufsen wireless Playmaker (No Comments)
Do you want to find out a pair of high-end active speakers in the market? So if there has a wireless streamer, do you want to check it now? Bang & Olufsen, a manufacturer of premium audio equipment, has released its new Playmaker, a wireless audio receiver that can stream wirelessly to any company’s own BeoLab active speakers. (Read More)
Pioneer releases its three new AirPlay/DLNA speakers (No Comments)
Except for delivering AirPlay enabled AV receivers to the market with their range of all-in-one AirPlay sound system, Pioneer also with the new speaker range to the compact speaker market too. (Read More)
Speaker only for Windows and smartphones? – DLNA certified Aperion ARIS Wireless Speaker (No Comments)
Soon you will be able to eliminate cables and the need to move music files between electronic devices by using the “Play To” feature on Windows 7. Aperion ARIS Wireless speaker is the current top model speaker for Windows 7 and 8 in such convenience. (Read More)
Yamaha is always branded as a company with products that provide professional sound. It has now announced new updates to its RX-V series of Airplay AV receivers, the 7.2 channel RX-V773WA. (Read More)
Have even you seen Pioneer’s first model of the VSX-1021-k carries previously in our article? Recently, Pioneer has released another three new 3D-ready AirPlay receivers: the VSX-822-K, VSX-1022-K, and VSX-1122-K. (Read More)
Wi-Fi Direct, becoming the wing to DLNA (No Comments)
Today we want to talk about the technology trend topic, relation to two keywords: WI-FI Direct and DLNA. Firstly, let us see two old news.
At mid-November, 2011, DLNA and WI-FI Alliance announced that WI-FI Direct will to be incorporated in the DLNA interoperable Guide; the official documents named it “the DLNA and WI-FI Direct helps consumers with the easiest way to connect devices”.
In the 2012 CES conference, Qualcomm and its subsidiary company Atheros released their first generation WI-FI Display wireless device content sharing solution. The official news said “that such technology can share contents freely between tablet PC, smart phones, desktop computer, televisions and kinds of consumer electronics. The nature is a WI-FI Direct solution.
What is WIFI DIRECT? (Read More)
Philips: New Soundbar–CSS5123 uses Android to stream content from any DLNA-enabled device (No Comments)
It’s always that we see most of sound bars running ios from Apple, however, as a foe android is always approaching in entertainment, fitness, health and our lives. Recently Philips are taking it a little further and integrating Android into a new Soundbar–CSS5123 that uses the OS to stream your content via DLNA. (Read More)
2012 Panasonic’s infinite black ultra panel plasmas, vivid with more detail in dark scenes (No Comments)
As the leader of plasmas TV business, Panasonic has brought a series products, including 16 new 3D models and just one 2D. VT50 has the most high-end tech which features the latest infinite black ultra panel that can blacker than other predecessor, namely, that also the improving of the panel material, so that the consumers can get more details in dark scenes compared with the 2011 VT35 and 24,567 steps of gradation. In addition to the improved performance in VT50 with nice picture quality, 2012 also takes DLNA which as a new more anti-reflective screen and a web browser, avoiding enters data with an onscreen keyboard by a smartphone app. (Read More)
What’s DLNA? Challenge the compatibility? (No Comments)
One time, one place in your home, you are watching movies in the living room, mother listening to music in the kitchen while cooking, and your sister is viewing photos in her den, brother is watching recorded video in the family room, dad is printing photos in his bookroom. All that become possible thanks to the DLNA(Digital Living Network Alliance) which allows the users to connect and enjoy their music, videos and photos from any digital device from anywhere in their homes. (Read More)