Libratone Introduces An All New Range Of AirPlay Enabled Wireless Speakers

When it comes to mobile devices and inter-connectivity, the world’s leading technology firm, Apple Inc. has pretty much nailed down the markets, especially with its revolutionary and extremely popular AirPlay technology. AirPlay essentially enables wireless media playback from Apple devices to compatible speaker systems and TVs. Now, making the most of this remarkable feature, one of the leading names in wireless sound systems, Libratone, has announced the launch of two new state of the speakers in the form of Libratone Live and Libratone Lounge. Just two days ago we had apprised our readers of the remarkable Gallery G-17 Music System from Klipsch and with the introduction of the Libratone series, there is now open new avenues of hi fidelity wireless media streaming.

Libratone Lounge, is a gorgeous wireless speaker system that has been designed and developed to make the most of the cutting edge AirPlay technology, while adding a renewed elegance to your living room décor. The Lounge series has been incorporated with the company’s home grown FullRoom acoustic technology along with Digital Signal Processing and Digital Amplification processes that provides exceptional audio quality. The Libratone Lounge is compatible with a host of Apple devices such as the likes of iPad, iPad 2, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPod touch, while requiring a minimum of Apple iOS 4.2 on the devices to operate. The Libratone Live on the other hand has been designed to bring to the audio intense bass as well as fidelity so you can feel every beat and clearly distinguish every note. Mirroring the technology used in Libratone Lounge speakers, the Live system provides incredible sound with extremely low latency for 100% synchronized audio with video. The Libratone Live comes with a 5-inch bass driver, dual 3-inch midrange drivers as well as a pair of 1-inch ribbon tweeters.

The Libratone series of AirPlay enabled wireless speakers will be available for purchase in the month of  September this year.

Via Libratone