High Quality Wifi module for playing your favorite music on Spotify, Deezer, Tidal, Apple Airplay and many more streaming services. Connect it Easily on your Beolab speakers or Beosound and Beocenter device. This package includes the Wi-Fi module, a special din cable for your Beolab speakers or Bang and Olufsen main unit. After you easily connecting this very HQ wifi module to your Bang and Olufsen equipment, you only have to download the app on your mobile device that supports Apple, Android or Windows mobile and enjoy your digital music wireless on your Vintage Bang and Olufsen set.
This module will let you stream music synchronously to different rooms(up to 8 ) for the same song or different songs, play your favorite music in the whole house at the same time. You can stream HD Audio wirelessly from your smartphone or tablets, iPad,or PC to your NO-WiFi or NO-Smart Hi-Fi system, transform your Bang and Olufsen speakers into a modern, smart charming audio system. Cast music to your Beolab speakers has never been so easy.
AirPlay/DLNA/UPnP, NAS and Local(on device) music play and a wide range of online music services including Amazon Music (US Region Only),TuneIn,Spotify, DEEZER,Pandora, iHeartRadio and more.
iPhone, iPad, Android Smartphones and tablets, Mac and Windows laptops, NAS,etc.
[Multi-Rooms Music Streaming Wirelessly]-Like SONOS Play System,
This Wall bracket for BeoSound 3200 (all models from 1990 – 2012, see list below) is designed to mount the Hi-Fi unit (only) directly to the wall. The design allows for cables to pass to the Hi-Fi directly from the wall, from either side or from below to allow you to make an attractive installation.
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The Beolink Passive is a development of the MCL 2 P. Looking very similar and indeed capable of all the same functions, the Beolink Passive also included some new elements to simplify installation when used with a Master Link (ML) system.
Externally, all that was noticeable to show the presence of the additions were two more sockets, one for the ML ( master link ) connection and one for the “Beolink Eye”( This Eye is included ), a small round wall unit that contained an IR receiver and some simple controls for timer, standby and volume.
To complete an ML installation, all one had to do is to connect the ML cable from the master system to the Beolink Passive and to connect the “eye” and the loudspeakers. From then on, the master system could be controlled with a suitable remote control unit (e.g. Beo 4) in the linked room, with full source selection and independent control of the volume. This method dispensed with the need for the MCL 2 A/V and a lot of wiring. If the remote control was not to hand, the volume could be regulated using the controls on the “eye”, as well as switching the sound in the link room off and choosing if the timer of the main system should turn the link room loudspeakers on too.
As well as providing these ML functions, the Beolink Passive could also perform all the functions of the MCL 2 P, making it a perfect replacement for damaged units of the earlier type. The Powerlink connections remained, though it was pointed out that these were inputs only, so the Beolink Passive could not be used as an ML – Powerlink converter.