Kaiser Baas Streams Music On WiFi

Written by Marie Jones     09/05/2011 | 02:00 | Category: MUSIC & VIDEO

Kaiser Baas has introduced a WiFi Music Streamer as a complete hardware and software solution, allowing you to listen to all your music collections anywhere around the home, wirelessly.

Kaiser Baas Streams Music On WiFi


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Powered by Orb, a powerful media server device that is just 83 mm in diameter and plugs into your stereo's audio input, it streams content from a PC or Mac using your home WiFi network.

The Kaiser Baas Music Streamer is controlled through an application on your iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android-based smart phone called the Orb Controller.

Once the app is launched, it will automatically detect the device connected to your WiFi network in the same way as a remote control manages the TV.

The Orb controller on your PC, Mac, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android based smart phone enables you to access music from the iTunes library, playlists, music services, internet radio ro MP3 music collections.

Multiple WiFi Music Streamers and controllers can be used on the same WiFi network for personalised listening in each room.

The Kaiser Baas WiFi Music Streamer retails at $99.95 and is available from JB HI- FI and selected Harvey Norman stores nationally.


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