Ministry of Sound Debuts New Wireless Multiroom Audio System at IFA
Ministry of Sound has launched its full connected range of multi-room wireless speakers at IFA 2015. There are two new connected spea...
The Ministry Audio app also offers instant streaming of all the Ministry of Sound Radio channels, as well as a unique, one-touch ‘Live From The Club’ feature: at the touch of a button you can live stream the party from London’s world-renowned Ministry of Sound nightclub, every Friday and Saturday night.
In addition, the Audio M Plus offers a slick ergonomic design and both mains and battery power—making it simultaneously multi-room capable and highly portable for ultimate flexibility and user convenience, unlike key market rivals.
The Audio L Plus is the largest speaker in the new Ministry of Sound Audio range, and is built to deliver high-quality sound, meticulously tuned by Ministry of Sound’s team of sound experts led by Ivor Novello Award-winning DJ and producer Phil Faversham.
Using any number of Audio M Plus and Audio L Plus units together, simply use the app to group speakers into up to eight separate groups, playing different songs to different groups while playing the same song to all the speakers in a single group. Both the connected speakers also feature tap-and–swipe touch control to change volume and skip tracks, apt-X Bluetooth, NFC Bluetooth pairing and a 3.5mm auxiliary analogue input for wired connection to an external device.
The Ministry of Sound connected speakers are equipped with Libre Wireless Technologies Wi-Fi capability.
Ministry of Sound has launched its full connected range of multi-room wireless speakers at IFA 2015. There are two new connected speakers, the Audio M Plus and the Audio L Plus: both have been engineered to work together in any configuration with any number of speakers in a single multi-zone home music network.
Once in place, your chosen configuration of Audio M Plus and Audio L Plus speakers are all smoothly controllable via the Ministry of Sound Audio app (available now on iOS and Android). The app delivers top-quality music streaming via Spotify Connect – with both Tidal and Deezer also to be added within the coming weeks.