Supporting Apple AirPlay 2, Bluetooth 5.0, DTS Play-Fi, DLNA, and Amazon Alexa, McIntosh Labs have unveiled their latest wireless loudspeaker system in the form of the RS2000 priced at $3,000. The RS200 offers 650 Watts of total power that is delivered to 8 drivers consisting of (2) 4” x 6” woofers, (4) 2” midranges and (2) ¾” tweeters.
In addition the wireless speaker system is also equipped with Qualcomm aptX HD and Low Latency technology USB, HDMI, Optical, and AUX inputs and a subwoofer output is included to connect an external powered subwoofer to further enhance low frequencies.
“As the RS200 can be placed in a variety of locations with unique sonic characteristics, a 3-position EQ switch allows you to set the EQ based on your room and listening preferences. For non-streaming applications, it has an audio-only HDMI1 input to connect to TVs that have Audio Return Channel (ARC) capabilities; an optical input to connect TVs without ARC, or digital sources such as CD Players; a USB Type-B input to play music from your Macintosh or Windows computer; and a 3.5mm AUX input for connecting various analog music sources.
“Support for AAC, Qualcomm aptX HD for hi res playback and Qualcomm aptX Low Latency for improved audio transmission speed to deliver sound in sync with visual media; DTS Play-Fi whole-home wireless audio; and DLNA support.”
For more details jump over to the official product page by following the link below to the McIntosh Labs website.
Source: MLFiled Under: Hardware, Top News