Art.Suono Wireless Music Transmission System And IPod Dock Unveiled

Posted: Sep 19 2008, 10:01am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:39am CDT, in Home Entertainment


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Ready for some luxury gadget? David Wiener Ventures unveiled the $1,499 Art.Suono Wireless Music Transmission System and iPod Dock.
So what do you get for $1,500? Art.Suono is a limited edition gadget, which offers besides a luxurious design a proprietary wireless transmission technology that allows users to transmit ANY audio source — including iPods, computers, CD players, MP3 players and satellite radio — to ANY audio system.

The integrated acoustic technology comes from APHEX Systems. The DWC-APHEX circuitry is supposed to make the recorded music more "alive".
It restores the harmonics lost in compressed music files and provides an incredible sense of spaciousness and clarity so each instrument and voice is clear and distinct. At the same time, it optimizes bass frequency response, providing deeper, more resonant bass with the fullness, richness and depth that makes any audio system sound more powerful.

Additional features include docking and charging for any model iPod, an “Engine Start” button, a “Shift” input signal switch, a concealed input signal jack, LED indicators, and a convenient volume control. Its five pounds of machined aluminum, carbon fiber accents, and fine detailing make Art.Suono the most sonically exciting compact music transmission systems ever created. The included Art.Suono receiver, also in machined aluminum, may be displayed or hidden. Each Art.Suono powers up to two receivers so that multiple music systems may be used in a home or office.

The Art.Suono will be available October 2008, exclusively from David Wiener Collection authorized resellers worldwide at a suggested price of $1,499.
See also the DWV site.

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