Apple had used the Zeppelin to the merchandising of AirPlay, however the sound machine from Bowers & Wilkins shouldn’t be appropriate with this usual wi-fi transmission.The British firm has introduced the Zeppelin Air , which has the same design, but makes it possible to listen to the music of their Mac or PC with iTunes or your iPhone, iPod, iPad, all wirelessly.


Some of its components are new, like its analog / digital (96kHz/24-bit), while its speakers have been reviewed (4x25W 50W more for low). The technology would allow the dissemination of Flowport deeper bass.


Zeppelin Air is scheduled for March for about 599 € in the UK. We can create a multiroom system with several copies.


Volume and track selection can also be controlled via the ether, either from a computer or through an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. And the lab coats at B&W have been hard at work behind the new backplate of the Zeppelin Air too, rigging up dedicated channel amps for each of the five drivers for what they claim is the best sounding Zep to date.

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