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NYNE Debuts WiHi Audio Solution at CES 2015, a Wi-Fi Platform That Enables a New Kind of Wireless HiFi System

Build Your Own Wireless Audio Network Independent of a Home Router or Internet Connection

NYNE, a pioneer in lifestyle-inspired audio, is revolutionizing wireless HiFi audio with its latest offering at CES 2015, a family of products based on the WiHi platform. With the NYNE WiHi family of products you can create a multi-room, multi-source audio experience that everyone can connect to using both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, independent of a router or Internet connection. The new WiHi platform will be demonstrated at the 2015 International CES, which BTNHD will do some coverage on.

The NYNE WiHi family of products was designed to easily integrate into your home Wi-Fi network and create a multi-room, multi-source audio experience. Users can easily create a wireless audio network by connecting NYNE’s WiHi Ally box to any existing audio system, transforming it into a Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-enabled high definition audio system. NYNE’s Ally box gives you the flexibility of expanding your system with any speaker brand by including the new WiHi speakers from NYNE and with any audio devices.

Using the NYNE WiHi iOS and Android based apps, you can play your personal music from any source on your network such as a laptop, hard drive or any storage device to any room or all rooms.

 

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