Bose has introduced the SoundTouch Wi-Fi music systems, offering an entirely new way to listen to music at home. SoundTouch systems let you stream music wirelessly in any room with renowned Bose audio quality and ease-of-use. Now, music from the web or your stored collection can be played with lifelike clarity — by simply pressing a button.
“SoundTouch Wi-Fi systems are unlike any home sound system available today,” said Phil Hess, vice president of Bose Home Entertainment. “They let you stream your favorite stations, playlists or artists in the easiest way imaginable, and they sound amazing. We believe SoundTouch systems will change music at home the way Bluetooth speakers changed music on-the-go.”
There’s a SoundTouch system for any room, and they all communicate wirelessly. Each connects directly to the Internet using your existing home Wi-Fi network; if you have Wi-Fi at home and a computer, you have all you need to stream your stored music, Internet radio or music services. Every SoundTouch system is designed to automatically receive software updates to add functionality and content.
SoundTouch systems will soon offer access to the world’s most popular music services, like Spotify, Deezer, iHeartRadio and others.
Three one-piece systems debut today, each engineered to deliver the best audio performance available from speakers of their size:
– The SoundTouch 30 Wi-Fi system measures approximately 10”H x 17”W x 7 “D. It features exclusive waveguide technology and a new proprietary woofer to deliver deep, rich sound and the power to serve as a home’s main music system.
– The SoundTouch 20 Wi-Fi system is more compact at about 7”H X 12”W and 4”D. It offers natural, room-filling sound and can be placed almost anywhere.
– The SoundTouch Portable Wi-Fi system combines full-range audio and a rechargeable, lithium-ion battery in a speaker no bigger than the average book — about 6”H x 10”W and less than 3”D.