If you have old speakers sitting around your home not being used you might be interested in the Beep music streamer, that has been developed by two former Google employees and provides an easy way for you to stream music to older speaker systems, that might not have Bluetooth connectivity.
The Beep music streamer can easily be attached to almost any speaker or stereo system providing you with the ability to stream music directly from your Android or iOS device.
Once a few are set-up you are also able to easily stream music wirelessly into every room in your home, enabling you to enjoy music as you roam. The Beep music streamer can either be linked to the Pandora music service or connected to companion applications that can be downloaded for iOS and Android enabling you to play music stored on your smartphone or tablet.
As you can see from the stylish design the Beep music streamer is very unobtrusive and allows you to adjust the volume and pause and skip tracks when required without the need to touch your mobile device.
The Beep music streamerIs available in two colours either dark grey or copper and is priced at $149 with shipping starting in the autumn of this year. However if you pre-order a Beep music streamer from today it is available for just $99 saving you $50 on the retail price after launch.
“Beep connects to your speakers, receivers, and docks. Which speakers? Beep sets up in seconds. Just plug it in, connect via cable to your speakers, and enter your Wi-Fi password using the Beep app for iOS or Android. Beeps play synchronized music throughout your home.
Choose music from the apps you already have on your phone. Beep is integrated directly with Pandora, with more services on the way. Or, play the music files on your phone or tablet using the Beep app.”
For more information on the new Beep music streamer and to place a pre-order jump over to the Beep website for details.
Source: Time Tech
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