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iHome's AirPlay iW1 wireless speaker system available on September 26th, for $300

Amar Toor, @amartoo
September 1, 2011
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It's been a while since we first got our hands on the iW1 AirPlay, but it won't be too much longer before iHome's wireless speaker system hits the market. Yesterday, the company announced that the iW1 will be available on September 26th, for $300. For that price, you'll be able to stream music from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, using the system's two three-inch woofers and duo of one-inch tweeters with Bongiovi processing. The six-pound iW1 also boasts a rechargeable lithium ion battery, allowing you to easily tote it to your next house party, and can be wirelessly connected using iHome's Home Connect app, available for free on iTunes. Blast past the break for the full press release, or hit up the source link for more detailed information.

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iW1 AVAILABLE BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 26!

Today, iHome officially announced that their highly anticipated AirPlay speaker system, the iW1, will be available for purchase throughout North America starting September 26, 2011.

In advance of its wide release, a very limited quantity was offered for sale today exclusively on iHomeAudio.com to iW1 email subscribers on a first-come first-serve basis. Supplies were limited and sold out within 45 minutes

Powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, the iW1 enables a truly wireless listening experience and employs Bongiovi Acoustics Digital Power Station (DPS) technology and four (4) active speakers for premium audio performance in a compact design.

Using AirPlay, users can wirelessly stream music simultaneously from iTunes, iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to multiple AirPlay-equipped iHome speakers over Wi-Fi. AirPlay requires iTunes 10.1 or later and iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 4.2 or later.







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