Bose has introduced its first Wi-Fi music system through Atlas Sound & Vision in Singapore.
Now available for pre-order, the Bose SoundTouch is Bose's first offering that lets you stream music wirelessly in any room with lifelike audio quality.
The Bose SoundTouch communicates wirelessly through the home network, and can be controlled from an app that's available on Android, iOS, Mac OS, and Windows systems. This allows users to play music from their multiple digital music libraries, and also gives access to a wide range of international Internet radio stations like Sky.FM, 181.FM, Radio Symphony, and music services available locally including Deezer and Spotify.
The app saves up to six different preset channels which can be easily switched with a simple drag-and-drop, and also remembers up to the last 50 searches, in case you didn't save an Internet radio channel and would like to add it to the preset list.
Its interconnectivity with other SoundTouch devices and app control on multiple devices gives users control to browse and discover content, operate any system in any room wirelessly at different relative or similar volumes,or combine all the music services and stations with one look and feel. Bose SoundTouch music systems are also AirPlay enabled, so owners can stream content from their iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch, even without the app.
|Price in S$|
|SoundTouch 30 Wi-Fi System||$1,099|
|SoundTouch 20 Wi-Fi System||$639|
|SoundTouch Portable Wi-Fi system||$639|