Thursday, November 29, 2012

McIntosh McAire An Integrated Audio System

Since this brand first secured its claim in the music industry with its popular audio techniques for Woodstock in 1969 and its popular Thankful Deceased “Wall of Sound” in 1974, McIntosh audio products have been the choice for years of musicians, recording artists and manufacturers. Now, the brand that operated the rock & roll movement has announced the first appearance of a truly unique personal music stereo system – McIntosh McAire. Presenting Apple's AirPlay, the McAire allows customers to stream music from their iTunes music libraries on Mac or PC, as well as songs saved on their iPhone, iPad or iPod contact, though their Wi-Fi system or home theater system.

McAire is a free-standing, room stuffing, wi-fi audio program, featuring the same top excellent technological innovation of the popular McIntosh Referrals System, in a smooth, lightweight unit designed to be placed anywhere you desire. With its unique, traditional facade featuring the popular “McIntosh Blue” Outcome Yards and handmade black-glass front sections, the McAire looks as good as it appears to be. The single element design removes the need for in-wall cabling and professional set up, enabling every songs fan pay attention to the songs how the specialist designed it to be heard.

The McAire program – handcrafted in America – combines McIntosh’s traditional musical technology culture and remarkable audio with the most up-to-date technological innovation to create a top excellent audio encounter. Several McAire techniques can be synced to one device, creating a complete in-house loudspeakers effect. With one simple step, owners and their visitors can link their iPhone, iPad or iPod contact to McAire, enabling anyone within range to release their individual soundtrack – anywhere, at any time.  Computer systems and TVs can also be quickly linked for high constancy music.

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