NuForce, Inc.’s Air DAC Wireless System wirelessly transmits music from a computer without latency and interference “while preserving CD-quality sound,” offers the company. The Air DAC wireless system is a combination wireless transmitter (NuForce iTX for Apple devices or uTX for computer USB) and a radio receiver (Air DAC) that operates in the 2.4GHz radio band. The NuForce Air DAC wireless receiver and any device outfitted with an appropriate matching TX transmitter can be combined to form a wireless audio network.
The NuForce wireless transmitter and receiver set also allows users to send audio to multiple devices in an office, studio or home. Each transmitter can send audio to four receivers, and each receiver can connect to as many as four transmitters. Setup doesn’t require WiFi routers or IP addresses, making setup a hassle-free experience. Just plug in the appropriate wireless transmitter into and link the device wirelessly to multiple amplifier/speaker systems located throughout your home. Then simply walk into any room with your portable player and the system automatically locks on to its signal and streams the music to the speakers in that space. Move to the next room and stream music from the same device to that room’s receiver. Wherever you roam in your home or office, your music is with you. (iTX for Apple devices will be available in the near future.)
The NuForce uTX Transmitter plugs into your computer’s USB port and then sends the digital audio data to the Air DAC receiver. The uTX has a wireless range of approximately 15-30 meters.
Prices: $179, $149 and $59 (receiver/transmitter bundle, Air DAC receiver, and uTX transmitter, respectively)
Contact: NuForce | nuforce.com