Sitecom’s new Wi-Fi Music Player brings AirPlay and DLNA wireless streaming to any ho@ 2013/07/16
The new WMA-1000 Wi-Fi Music Player turns any home stereo or active speaker set into a wireless sounds system. Thanks to support for both AirPlay and DLNA wireless streaming, music can be streamed from practically any device, anywhere in the house.
Rotterdam (The Netherlands), July 2013 - Sitecom's new WMA-1000 Wi-Fi Music Player adds Airplay and DLNA wireless streaming to any stereo set or active speaker set in the home. The compact device becomes part of the wireless home network and allows music streaming from any connected device, anywhere in the home. The Wi-Fi Music Player offers a simple way for users to welcome their existing home stereos, audio receivers or active speakers into the digital age and turn them into a wireless sound system, that will combine the accessibility of a digital music library with the sound quality they love. Thanks to the standard audio connections, the Wi-Fi Music Player is compatible with the majority of home stereo sets and finally lets music lovers enjoy their music on their home stereo in outstanding sound quality. Playing music on built-in laptop, tablet or smartphone speakers will be a thing of the past with the Wi-Fi Music Player.
Stream music via Airplay or DLNA
The Wi-Fi Music Player works with both Apple AirPlay and DLNA and thus gives music lovers the freedom to play their favorite songs from practically any device. The device offers the ideal setup for homes where people have different devices with music stored on them as everyone in the family can stream their favorite tunes from their own smartphone, tablet, Mac or PC. With DLNA being implemented on the latest Windows, Android, and BlackBerry phones and tablets, the Wi-Fi Music Player allows highest compatibility. Thanks to AirPlay support, music streaming is also possible from iOS devices and Mac's and PC's running iTunes.
Maximum compatibility with stereo and speakers sets and easy setup
Unless other wireless music streaming system, the Wi-Fi Music Player comes with standard audio connections and offers maximum compatibility with existing home stereo systems and active speakers. The Wi-Fi Music Player can be connected and setup in two minutes using the included S/PDIF or audio jack cables, without setup apps or cabled connection to a computer necessary. The Wi-Fi Music Player can be integrated into the wireless home network with one push of the WPS button on the back of the device. Alternatively, users without the corresponding button on their router can connect the Wi-Fi Music Player easily through their web browser.
Free Sitecom Media Controller app for iOS and Android
With the Sitecom Media Controller app, music lovers can get more out of the Wi-Fi Music Player. The free app is available for Apple and Android mobile devices and lets users access and control music from DLNA certified devices in the home network such as PCs, notebooks, tablets, smartphones and media servers. And with a hard disk full of music connected to the USB port of a Wi-Fi router with integrated DLNA-server such as the WLR-6100 Wi-Fi Router N900 X6, easy network streaming finally becomes reality thanks to the combination of the Sitecom Media Controller app and the Wi-Fi Music Player.
The WMA-1000 Wi-Fi Music Player is available now and comes with the extensive 10-year Sitecom warranty.
Sitecom is one of the leading and fastest growing computer network brands for home and small business use. The Sitecom brand has a clear mission statement: "make it easy". Sitecom makes it easy to set up a home network and to expand it, since it converts technical products into user-friendly solutions which can be used immediately without any problems. Simplicity is what it is all about! The mission statement "make it easy" is put into practice throughout the organization and is expressed in both the solutions and the service which Sitecom offers. All of Sitecom's products, therefore, have a 10-year warranty. Making the latest technology simple, understandable and accessible is what Sitecom stands for and we make no concessions to that.