Libratone might not be much of a player Stateside despite being famous in Europe for its range of high-end sound systems, will be rolling out a couple of AirPlay-enabled options across the pond – the Libratone Live and Libratone Lounge. With Apple’s AirPlay, users can stream songs from their iTunes music libraries on Mac or PC, in additoin to accessing music stored on their iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, all via a Wi-Fi network.
With the Libratone Lounge system, it intends to make every corner of the room the ideal spot for sound, where the Libratone Live is highly versatile as it is smaller in nature. Regardless of either system you purchase, they will still look good from virtually all angles, thanks to the quality hand-picked materials within that includes Italian cashmere, chrome, wood and selected acoustic materials.
You can choose from a variety of colors to suit your interior decoration, so hopefully Slate Grey, Blueberry Black and Vanilla Beige will blend in with your surroundings. Standard price for the Libratone Lounge starts at $1,299, although you can pick up its premium offering in red and green cashmere for a Benjamin more. The smaller Libratone Live is available in grey, black and beige as standard at a cost of $699, while adding another $100 will net you a red and green cashmere version. [Press Release]
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