San Francisco Wireless Audio Systems
It’s time to kick it up a notch – light up a barbecue, invite your friends over for a get together while the weather is sunny and nice.
But what are you going to do about the music?
Whether you need a full-fledged home theater installation, or you just want a simple, cost-effective solution for pumping out the latest album, the team at Karbon Home Theater can help.
To fast track your party’s success, choose wireless audio. Here are two cool wireless technologies to help you introduce your guests to the sounds of your favorite artist:
1. Boston Acoustics MC200 Air
This cost-effective Wi-Fi system is compatible with AirPlay. That means that you can hook it up with your iPad, iPod, or other “i-product.” It’s slender and non-obtrusive, but it offers awesome sound. Stick it on a nightstand or out on the deck — just keep it away from the barbecue — and let the audio action commence.
Boston Acoustics uses a kind of circuitry called BassTrac, which helps to find and destroy distortion, so that the bass is clear. Prepare to be surprised by the bigness of the sound. Plus, you can wirelessly stream audio from your portable Apple device to different MC200 Air speakers at the same time and use your i-product as a remote control. This means you can sit in the hot tub with your friends and replay Lonely Island’s “I’m on a Boat” again and again, forever.
2. Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Mobile Speaker II
This handy device matches with Apple products as well as Blackberry and Android devices. The speaker is super lightweight – under three pounds – and you can use your Bluetooth or other device to set volume control, play lists, stations, etc. The speaker has a wireless range of 30 feet. Thus, you can swim in the pool in your backyard and DJ at the same time. Like the MC200 Air, this device delivers a surprisingly powerful “bass-punch” for its size — lots of deep, rich sound.
For help with your Bay Area home audio system, turn to the team here at Karbon Home Theater for excellent pricing and technical assistance. Call today for a free consultation: 925-798-7600.