Chances are if you put money into your surround sound system at home in the past couple of years, you probably don’t have AirPlay support which means you’re unable to play music, videos and photos from your iOS device directly to your home theater. Changing your home theater setup could cost you a ton of money if you’d like to include AirPlay support, but it could now be a lot less costly with a new device Behringer is introducing at CES this year.
Behringer’s Omni System allows you to make your new and legacy electronic components AirPlay-compatible and includes an Omni Amp, Omni Link adapter, subwoofer and wireless speakers. Once the Omni System is connected to your home wireless network, you can then use it to steam music to and from multiple devices connected to the network.
The Omni System will make its official debut at CES next week and is expected to retail at $299. No word yet on when exactly Behringer’s Omni System will be available to consumers, but we’ll be sure to let you know once we hear its official release date.
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