WiiM launches its debut streaming amplifier

Users can connect WiiM Amp to their passive speakers or home theatre set-up and stream their music collection directly from a preferred music app or by voice commands.

The Class-D amplifier packs 60 Watts per channel or 120 Watts per channel and delivers sound to up to four on a single amplifier. The WiiM Amp merges a streamer with a TI 3255 amplifier chip and features an analogue (RCA), digital optical port, HDMI ARC and up to 24-bit/192 kHz of playback of music. It also features up to 192 kHz/ 24-bit, varying sample rate and bit depth based on the audio source.

By connecting your speakers to the WiiM Amp, you can control streaming from the WiiM Home App, while the the WiiM voice remote controller provides another form of wireless control for the WiiM Amp. It supports Apple AirPlay 2, Google Chromecast, Alexa Music Cast, Deezer, Qobuz, Pandora, DLNA, Spotify Connect, and TIDAL HiFi and HiFi+, which lets you cast YouTube Music, TV audio, radio stations, podcasts, and local content directly from Chromecast-enabled Apps. Since it works with Siri, Alexa, and Google, you can choose your preferred voice assistants to control music selection, volume, and playback.

Dr Lifeng Zhao, CEO of WiiM, said: "We've dedicated ourselves to designing products that elevate the music streaming experience, and the WiiM Amp is the first step in our expanded line-up. With valuable user feedback and our team's commitment to superior audio quality, the WiiM Amp delivers audiophile-grade sound and a seamless experience for music enthusiasts to unlock a world of musical possibilities."

The WiiM Amp will be distributed in the UK by Henley Audio.

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