Olive Media Products, Inc. announced the Symphony, a wireless digital music center designed for true audiophiles.
High fidelity sound is achieved through Olive's Digital Pure Audio (DPA). The proprietary technology combines a 32-bit IBM PowerPC for flawless processing of audio in lossless quality, a fan-less design and a digital output to the user's stereo system.
The noiseless 2.5" 80GB hard-drive holds up to 20,000 songs. The integrated CD database identifies, tags and archives the CD automatically.
To enjoy their music away from Symphony users can stream audio wireless (802.11g) to up to 5 rooms simultaneously, update their iPod via USB or use the built-in CD-RW drive to burn and duplicate CDs. The Symphony's networking capability also allow to stream music from and to a Mac or PC.
The Symphony will be available mid of August starting at $899, and is available on the Olive site.
This is definitly an interesting angle to position a wireless music streamer for audiophiles and classic fans. Olive is going though against companies like Sonos or Roku who are in the market longer.
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