Originally Posted by Osamede
No my friends, that's a chump change market for Apple.
This here device is Apple working their way towards making the existing receiver and loudspeaker players utterly and totally redundant.
And frankly some of them - particularly in the receivers - deserve it, as they have been milking consumers with annual rehashes of nothing for far too long.
That depends, I doubt that people looking at AVRs are comparing them to a wireless sound system. They aren't the same market. The AVR just happens to offer similar functionality as a bonus. It is the side dish while the main course is controlling your home theater. People who want an actual home theater system won't be looking at something like this. Maybe people who have sound bars or something though.
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Last edited by cmdrdredd; 06-05-2017 at 05:45 PM.