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If you have a reliable WiFi network you shouldn't have any interference issues. With our LIbratone app you can actually see the signal strength. The power cords are about 6ft long but you can always add an extension cord :-)
The speakers are equipped with an mini AUX input on the back of the speakers. It's that simple! Once you unplug it, it defaults to the Wifi/Airplay network.
Great questions!1. The speakers need to be plugged into an outlet. What we refer to "wireless" is the ability to stream your music via Airplay wireless technology.2. Yes, it runs on your internal WiFi network with Airplay.3. No, there is no option for external antennas. Usually you can add wireless access points on your existing router if you feel there is going to be a weak signal wherever you are going to add the speaker.
You are not being harsh, and it's not a dance....We welcome all comments. In truth, no manufacture can give you an exact range of an Airplay product or a WiFi product. It really all depends on your WiFi set up & the environment were you are going to put the speakers. It's like trying to determine the range on other WiFi components on a WiFi network. As I wrote earlier, the product is tested to full functionality in silent surroundings to a 100 feet with obstacles so there...
With Apple Airplay technology & our wonderful speakers, this all becomes a reality!
The green is one of my personal favorites :-)...
When we have sound the audio quality can be trusted as it is encoded into packages which actually can arrive in random order which happens during retransmissions where packages are lost – this is standard over WiFi. The packages are buffered and put together in the right order and because of the buffering time of 2 sec. (which is the delay when you start playing) we have a reliable stream.The product is tested to full functionality in silent surroundings to a 100 feet with...
The inspiration for the design is very simple – for all our products, form follows function – of course the surfaces and materials are not part of that but for both the Live and the Lounge the surfaces needs to be covered with open and acoustic transparent material where the sound comes out. The form is given by the way the product works, transmitting sound in the needed directions to obtain the FullRoom experience and create the sound field that will give you the freedom...
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