The Audyssey Audio Dock Air is Here

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The Audyssey Audio Dock Air is Here


Audyssey_Audio_Dock_Air.jpgAudyssey recently announced the availability of the Audyssey Audio Dock Air. The new dock is an AirPlay speaker that streams audio from iPods, iPhones, iPads, and computers. Audyssey has combined the streaming capabilities of Apple's AirPlay technology with the company's own technologies to provide a unique product.

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The Audyssey Audio Dock Air pairs the uncompressed streaming capability of Airplay with Audyssey's sound technologies so users can reportedly hear deep bass, warm mids, and clear highs. In addition, AirPlay allows users to stream music throughout their entire house. All of it done wirelessly. Connecting an iPod, iPhone, iPad, or computer to the Audio Air Dock allows users to enjoy their iTunes library in any room and control the audio from anywhere.

The Audyssey Audio Dock Air employs Audyssey BassXT technology to allegedly eliminate the need for a subwoofer. Passive bass radiators and Audyssey BassXT isn't a manipulation of sound. These two elements work to force more air out of the speaker itself to create deeper bass.

The Audyssey Audio Dock Air is currently available for a price of $399.99.
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