Thursday, July 19, 2007

Sony’s CPF-IX001 Wireless Streaming Music Player

Compact in size, the CPF-IX001 wireless streaming music player incorporates high-powered micro-speakers and a subwoofer, that can easily be networked with a PC and a wireless 802.11 b/g access point for direct playback of music stored on a hard drive.

The CPF-IX001 is also the first by Sony to include power line transmission technology that transfers both power and audio signals over the same cable.

Users will be able to enjoy Sony CONNECT™, iTunes, Windows Media Audio and other music file types stored on their PCs in the home; just load the M-crew software, connect to , switch on and the system will automatically configure to the home network.

The CPF-IX001 wireless music system will be available in October for about $300.

Source: Sony Press Release