Hitachi Debut a Trio of New Wireless AllPlay Speakers

Posted by at 7:58 am on May 19, 2015

AllPlay Speakers

Earlier this week, Hitachi introduced new whole-home speakers, bolstering the company’s AllPlay line. Using the new speakers, users will be able to send audio through their Wi-Fi network from a local source or cloud/streaming services such as Spotify, IHeartRadio, and Rhapsody. Each speaker includes multiple inputs, allowing users to send audio to individual speakers from their mobile devices.

Hitachi describes a set up where a user can connect their device to a single speaker via Bluetooth, and the speaker streams the audio from the device to other speakers in the house over a Wi-Fi network. Along with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, each speaker also has a standard 3.5mm aux input. There are also apps available from iTunes for iOS and Google Play for Android.

The smaller W50 has a retail price of $150; it contains a 10W speaker with dual coil plus apassive bass radiator. The W100 sells for $180 with a 12W speaker boosted by a triple-driver array plus base reflex. The 22W W200 will be sold for $200. It has a quad-driver array plus base reflex.

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