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iFinity Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Speaker - Set with 2 speakers, 2 x 80 Watts, very heavy duty speakers, water resistant, up to 600 ft range, better-than Bluetooth Digital Wireless, with iPhone cradle
|Price:||$159.00 + $25.00 shipping|
- PLENTY OF POWER: These heavy-duty wireless speakers work great in large spaces. You can crank them up without the speakers clipping or distorting. The built-in power amplifiers excel in listening tests and offer ultra-low distortion even at ear-splitting volume.
- SUPER RUGGED: The speakers have a massive enclosure that does not rattle even under extreme conditions. The water-resistant design makes these speakers a perfect choice for indoor as well as outdoor venues.
- EXTENDED WIRELESS RANGE: The wireless signal can travel for up to 600 ft. It can go through walls and ceilings and is highly robust against interference from other wireless devices thanks to a sophisticated frequency hopping scheme.
- SUPERIOR TO BLUETOOTH: The music is transmitted uncompressed to each speaker. As a result, you'll get better sound quality than Bluetooth. Unlike Bluetooth speakers, you don't have to string a speaker cable between the two speakers. Just place each speaker wherever you want.
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The iFinity wireless speakers let you enjoy your music and movie soundtrack in every room of your house and on your patio or swimming pool without a big cabling project.
Music is streamed wireless without audio compression from the iFinity transmitter to up to four wireless speakers per transmitter throughout your home. Two efficient ultra-low-distortion power amplifiers inside the speaker (bi amplifier) drive the woofer and tweeter. The internal amplifiers provide 80 Watts of clean RMS power without breaking a sweat. Shake your ground with the speaker‘s deep bass response and enjoy crystal-clear highs.
This bundle includes two wireless speakers and one iFinity transmitter. Buy additional speakers when you need them.
Unlike Bluetooth, music is sent wireless at full CD quality up to 600 ft away without audio compression to up to four wireless devices throughout your home. The transmitter connects to line-level audio outputs, amplified speaker outputs and also has cradle to plug in your iPod or iPhone.
Each wireless speaker is paired with a transmitter with the simple push of a button and is highly resistant to interference from other wireless devices by using adaptive frequency hopping and advanced error correction.
- Amplifier: Bi amplification, two separate Class-D amplifiers
- Power: 80 Watts RMS
- Drivers: 5" woofer, 1" tweeter
- Crossover: Active
- Frequency response: 60 Hz - 18 kHz
- THD: 0.06% @ 50 Watts
- Efficiency: 91%
- Max. no. of speakers: 4
- Size: 8.5" (H) x 8.5" (W) x 8.5" (D)
- Weight: 4.8 lbs
- Standby power: < 3 Watts
- Audio transmission: Digital, uncompressed, adaptive FHSS
- Range: max. 600' line of sight, 150' through walls
- Size: 4.5" x 3.5" x 1.3"
- Audio inputs: Loudspeaker cable input, 3.5 mm line input, iPod cradle
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1) The least expensive Sonos speaker costs $199 each and thus 2 speakers plus a bridge would have cost me $450. The Amphony comes with 2 speakers and a transmitter and I got is for less than $300.
2) Note that I did test the Sonos at a friend's house before I got the Amphony. He has the Play:3 speaker which is quite a bit more expensive than the Play:1. I found the sound quality of the Amphony speakers to match if the Sonos speaker and even be slightly crisper than the Sonos. Both the Sonos and the Amphony speakers have digital amps for each driver and an active crossover. I would compare the Amphony speakers in terms of size and wattage to the Sonos Play:5 speakers. Mind you the Play 5 speakers cost $400 each so I would have to fork out over $800 for the pair. I haven't compared the sound qualty of the Amphony to the Play:5 but I don't think that the Play:5 would surpass the Amphony so much to make it worth spending 3 times the amount of money.
3) I can take the Amphony speakers outside my house and won't have to worry that a slight rain shower will damage the speakers. The speakers are fairly massive and are made to be rain resistant. I wouldn't recommend leaving them in the rain permanently but nonetheless they give me piece of mind.
4) The Amphony transmitter unlike the Sonos bridge can take pretty much any audio input, not just streaming audio. To play music from my iPhone, I can just dock it in the cradle of the transmitter without having to buy a separate dock from Sonos. While the transmitter looks like a dedicated iPod dock, it does accept audio from any source and even amplified speaker outputs which I like.
5) I found the range of the transmitter unit to be very good. It has no problem sending the audio from my basement to my atic through several walls. I don't think that it can match the range of the Sonos but in my opinion the transmitter range is more than adequate for a single house. Also, the speakers aren't affected by my wireless network.
6) The Amphony speakers are plug and play. Unlike Sonos, I don't have to fiddle with all kinds of network settings. Just plug in the transmitter and speakers, push a pairing button and out comes the music. The speakers also have controls to adjust the sound.
7) Amphony specifies these speakers to deliver 80 Watts of music. I have no way of objectively verifying this claim but in my opinion this spec is probably true. They do get REALLY loud. Loud enough to disturb my neighbors. I think that is a big plus if I was to use them outside the house given the amount of noise outside.
During my research I also found another company: Soundcast which makes similar outdoor speakers but their least expensive speaker sells for more than $600 a piece. So everything considered the Amphony is my clear favorite. In fact I am planning to buy another set next summer.
In a two bedroom apt., I have a wireless LAN serving a Macbook Air, a Chromebook, and a couple of tablets + I have several other wireless devices, including a different speaker that does a better job of going another 10 feet and through a wall. So far, no problems between these iFinity speakers and any of those other devices.
A couple of nits: It was remarkably difficult to put the power cord into the speakers. It requires a good push but, still, it took many tries in which it really felt like something was mis-aligned and not permitting the right connection. In addition, just a little more direction about pairing would have helped. I figured out what I was doing wrong, but it took some time. I go way back with computers but just haven't had much need for pairing.
I have to add (after a bit more than four months): If you use these to listen to TV (and especially with some age-related hearing impairment), you may want to change the volume frequently because of commercials. The controls are in a recessed slot on the back near the bottom. This is hugely inconvenient and it's very easy to break the pairing connection. And it takes what feels like a very long time for the speaker to locate the signal and re-pair. I've found that putting the speaker upside-down improves access to the controls a little. But you'll still want to be verrrrry careful or you'll have to wait for the re-pairing.
We were looking to expand our system to outdoor speakers and considered many options. I didn't find anyone else online taking about chromecast and this system for outdoor use, but I'm glad I tried it out. This was by far the easiest, and has so far worked really well. We have the chromecast plugged into the transmitter inside, and the two speakers plugged in to outdoor outlets on our patio. Great sound that can now coordinate with our indoor music.
I hope other chromecast audo users find this review and consider this as an option for them.
I'm quite satisfied with the speakers sound performance. I'm a little disappointed with the location of the controls, especially the volume control (all controls are located at the bottom, rear of the units), a little unhandy for turning on/off or adjusting volume. Experienced a problem with one of the speakers cutting out. Seemingly solved the problem be swapping the two speakers locations - thus locating the speaker that was cutting out closer to the transmitter source, seems to be working thus far. Other than the minor Irritations noted above, I'm satisfied with the speakers.