There are many excellent devices
on the market that use AoE to transfer files between a Polk Audio PSW10
computer or NAS (Network Attached Storage) hard drive and a digital
audio device or a home entertainment system to transport.
Think about Sonos, Meridian Sooloos, Linn, Naim and
Squeezebox (to name but a few popular brands and names). Audio
over Ethernet may sound fantastic, but some brands require
communicate, creating yet another kind of "closed system" is created.
And although this is absolutely not limited performance, it is somewhat
to take into account when purchasing such a system.
Please also note that the iTunes interface does not allow for
music over ethernet to non-Apple devices to send, although
some brands - such as Sonos - is the root directory on the hard
disk containing the iTunes music files approach.
Wi-Fi Streaming: As the name suggests there are at
music files between computers and home entertainment
equipment to be transported. The Sonos and Squeezebox
devices are popular examples of such a system.
Well there are a few limitations in terms of audio quality and
file size. Wi-Fi may, however, extremely useful.
Using Apple's Airplay lets your digital music files
control preparations (examples are the new receivers from De-
nun and Marantz, and the Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air). This means that
all files in your iTunes library easily via Wi-Fi
Airplay for each device can send home. Apple also sells
simple and affordable Airport Express boxes that you simply
a free outlet stabbing and what you can from every iTunes
library in the home network can play music with. With a
simple mini-Toslink optical cable or cable you can equip your music
to active speakers or an amplifier control.
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