DTS Adds SiriusXM to Play-Fi-Enabled Systems

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dts_brand_page_logo.pngDTS has added support for SiriusXM Internet Radio to its Play-Fi multiroom wireless technology. Owners of a Play-Fi-enabled setup like the new Polk Omni or Definitive Wireless Music System can now stream their favorite satellite radio channels wirelessly around the home.

From DTS
DTS, Inc., a leader in high-definition audio solutions and audio enhancement technologies, today announced availability of SiriusXM Internet Radio on the DTS Play-Fi ecosystem.

SiriusXM subscribers can now access their favorite commercial-free music, premier sports talk and live events, comedy, news and exclusive talk and entertainment, as well as Spanish-language programming from the comfort of home on products that incorporate DTS Play-Fi technology.

The addition of SiriusXM to the Play-Fi ecosystem provides customers a wide variety of content choices and expands the growing list of global audio entertainment available through the Play-Fi ecosystem.

The DTS Play-Fi technology gives listeners uncompromised quality, as well as the freedom and flexibility to enjoy their music. Music from one of the industry's most robust selections of sources and services can be played through the Play-Fi app from a smartphone or tablet, or from the desktop of a PC. The audio can be streamed wirelessly over an existing Wi-Fi network to any number of connected speakers that incorporate the Play-Fi technology throughout the home.

Benefits of the Play-Fi technology include:
Multi-Room, Multi-Zone, Multi-User Listening Experience - Connect multiple audio systems that incorporate the Play-Fi technology into a zone and enjoy music in every room of your home, perfectly synchronized with no lag. Or, create multiple zones and stream different music to different rooms from the same device. Every user in the home can simultaneously stream from different smartphones, tablets or PCs that incorporate the Play-Fi software. DTS Play-Fi technology makes it all possible.

Exceptional Sound Experience - the Play-Fi technology wirelessly transmits high-quality "lossless" audio, with no impact on sound quality.

Whole-Home Range - the Play-Fi technology works everywhere your WiFi does, even if you're using range extenders. It works over Ethernet, Powerline, and other IP-based networking technologies, too. No need for proprietary bridges or routers. Most homes already have everything that is needed.

Stream Anything, Control Everything - Stream from every music service on the planet using Play-Fi drivers for Windows and Android. Additionally, download Play-Fi apps for Android, iOS, and Kindle Fire that give you access to over 20,000 radio stations, podcasts, local music, media servers, and select cloud-based music services. Set-up, link and control all of the speakers on the network from the same streamlined interfaces.

Additional Resources
Polk Launches Omni Wireless Music System at HomeTheaterReview.com.
DTS Has New Headphone Tuning Program at HomeTheaterReview.com.

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