Bowers & Wilkins launches A7 and A5 Wireless Music Systems

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Bowers & Wilkins launches A7 and A5 Wireless Music Systems


B-W_A5_A7_Wireless_Music_Systems_Small.jpgBowers & Wilkins Wireless Music Systems comprises two new products that combine effortless wireless streaming with Bowers & Wilkins sound quality. The A7 and A5 Wireless Music Systems marry the close to five-decades of Bowers & Wilkins audio experience with Apple's AirPlay technology to deliver the convenience and freedom of wireless music.

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The two new products join the Zeppelin Air in featuring the simple to set-up and use AirPlay technology, which allows you to stream music wirelessly from your iPhone or iPad. Many customers already own nearly everything they need to enjoy its benefits: a wi-fi network and an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or a computer running iTunes. This intuitive technology is made even more straightforward with the free Bowers & Wilkins Setup App, downloadable from the App Store. Adding further Wireless Music Systems is easy, too, allowing music to be taken from room-to-room.

A7 is the top model Wireless Music System, featuring digital to analog converters capable of up-scaling audio to 24bit/96kHz. A7's dimensions provide room for a 6-inch dedicated bass driver.

For people looking for wireless audio combined with a more minimal space impact in your home, the A5 is another choice.

Completing the trio of Wireless Music Systems is Zeppelin Air. This AirPlay speaker offers the best of both worlds: wireless streaming via AirPlay and a digital iPod and iPhone dock.

A7 will be available in October and is priced at $799.99.
A5 will be available in October and is priced at $499.99.
Zeppelin Air is available now and is priced at $599.95.

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