seriously, at this technologically-advanced age, there’s hardly any reasons to setup a space-consuming speaker system in your home when compact speakers can pump out equally ear-pleasing audio. especially so when some of these minuscule speakers come packed with wireless streaming options that would leave your home less cluttered. case in point, the Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 and 200 Wireless Speakers. we wanted to refer it as AirPlay speakers but it is more than just AirPlay speaker that allows you to stream lossless audio wirelessly from your iDevices or iTunes-equipped computers; it also has Bluetooth in it that supports apt-X wireless streaming from any Bluetooth-enabled media devices and an Internet Radio to boot. available as Minx Air 100 and 200, where the two differs in physical size, power output and the larger of the two, the Minx Air 200 gets a boost in the audio reproduction department with digital amplifiers and a built-in active 6.5″ subwoofer.

other qualities include 24-bit Digital Signal Processor with MaxxAudio technology developed by Waves Audio, a winner of Technical GRAMMY award, patented Balanced Mode Radiator drivers for a wider and more room-filling sound, built-in Ethernet port, access to Internet radio via Minx Air iOS and Android apps with ten-station presets, access streaming services such as Spotify, Pandora and the likes, and a set of RCA stereo connection for all other equipment such as TV, Blu-ray player, that doesn’t support any form of wireless streaming. all these features are enclosed in an acoustically damped cabinet in a minimalistic design with scratch-resistant high gloss lacquer finish. the Cambridge Audio Minx Air 100 and 200 Wireless Speakers are now available in US for $449 and $599, respectively. scroll down for a gallery of larger images and while you there, do also check out the product video too.

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