If you’re looking for an AirPlay receiver, you might recall that just yesterday we reported on a Kickstarter projected called playGo AP1. However its price tag of $199 (full retail expected to go for $275) might put some of you guys off, so if an affordable AirPlay receiver is something you’d be interested in, Xinc Technology has recently launched a Kickstarter project of their own dubbed the TuneBridge. Similar to the playGo AP1, the TuneBridge will offer users a device that will act as an AirPlay receiver.
What this means is that if your speakers at home does not support AirPlay, attaching the TuneBridge to it and connecting it to your home’s network, it should be able to play songs wirelessly via your iOS device. The design of the device itself is pretty sleek and admittedly looks very good, so it should blend in nicely with your home stereo system. Now the good news is that should the TuneBridge Kickstarter project kick off, the device will retail for a pretty affordable $60 which is almost four times cheaper than the playGo AP1. Now we can’t really speak for its audio quality since the device is not available commercially yet, but if the $60 price tag has pretty much sold you on the device, head on over to its Kickstarter page to pledge a donation or for the details.
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