Azatom Stealth Air wifi / bluetooth / airplay speaker (amazing quality) £148.99 @ Amazon (Sold by 4 cool technology)
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Azatom Stealth Air wifi / bluetooth / airplay speaker (amazing quality) £148.99 @ Amazon (Sold by 4 cool technology)

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Found 19th Nov 2013
Amazing price for this very high quality speaker. which is British or at least British designed., i use this in the house and the sound is fantastic even for parties. It syncs with any device including ipod,, android etc no problem. This is a really great piece of kit for the money, far superior to BOSE etc and about half the cash. The amazon price is about £10 cheaper than elsehwere and really is a bargain.

I wont be surprised if this doesnt go hot but i saw the lower price and thought i should share.


Stream your content wirelessly via AirPlay or Bluetooth - AirPlay enables wireless content streaming from your iPad / iPhone / iPod Touch / Mac / PC through iTunes - Bluetooth® allows you to stream wirelessly from any Bluetooth-enabled device (including smartphones from Samsung, HTC, Sony, Blackberry, Nokia etc.), Tablets or PC's. Ideal for users of Spotify, Internet Radio or other internet streaming services wanting to listen to great sound quality wirelessly
Want to add more than one? Add up to 3 speakers around the house for MULTI ROOM AUDIO through iTunes on a Mac or PC using AirPlay.
Advanced DSP (Digital Sound Processing) has been finely tuned to produce the best audio performance. The Stealth-Air comprises: 2x 52mm Anodised tweeters - 1x 120mm active Mid Range driver - 2x 150mm x 100mm mass optimised passive subwoofers - Class HD Amplifier with 120 Watts Max power or 80 Watts RMS
Class HD® Amplifier is a switching amplifier and power supply technology which uses tracking to achieve the benefits of improved SNR, lower distortion, reduced EMI, reduced idle power consumption and higher efficiency. Unlike a regular Class D amplifier, the ClassHD® amplifier's supply rails are maintained at a level just high enough to produce the voltage swing needed by the music at any point in time.
Check out the AZATOM® Stealth Air video on You Tube. Compact stunning design - Premium Black and brushed Aluminium finish

9 Comments

AZATOM are a great company and their tech is awesome. I've got one of these. Nice sound, you'd pay a lot more to get this sound from any speaker is this price range. In fact, you struggle these days to get good speakers that accommodate both Airplay and Bluetooth too. Have some heat.

Really decent gear. Had 3 various azatom items. All great sound quality.

Downside is its really hard work getting them to deal with any warranty issues.

Voted hot based on the fact it compares well to products around the £200-300 mark. I cant vouch for the sound but on spec it compares with the altec 5000, B&W Zepplin and the Cambridge Audio Minx.

I would add that airplay is a great feature for those with apple products.

Guy H

Voted hot based on the fact it compares well to products around the … Voted hot based on the fact it compares well to products around the £200-300 mark. I cant vouch for the sound but on spec it compares with the altec 5000, B&W Zepplin and the Cambridge Audio Minx.I would add that airplay is a great feature for those with apple products.



Airplay is quite cool, but it's a bit rubbish how you can't do TRUE multi-room sound with an iPad or iPhone but must be done via a laptop. And the other thing is; unlike the Sonos hardware, it relies on a good Wifi network which can be an issue for some people with proper old big brick houses.

No reflection on this product though, Azatom Stealth Air is a quality buy, no doubt about it

vexrob

Airplay is quite cool, but it's a bit rubbish how you can't do TRUE … Airplay is quite cool, but it's a bit rubbish how you can't do TRUE multi-room sound with an iPad or iPhone but must be done via a laptop. And the other thing is; unlike the Sonos hardware, it relies on a good Wifi network which can be an issue for some people with proper old big brick houses.No reflection on this product though, Azatom Stealth Air is a quality buy, no doubt about it



Is that a new limitation? I have itunes running on a NAS which servers 3 airplay devices in my house. I use the iphone and ipad as a simple remote to give me multiroom.

Really? Thanks for letting me know. I don't have itunes running on a NAS so maybe that's the difference.

Guy H

Is that a new limitation? I have itunes running on a NAS which servers 3 … Is that a new limitation? I have itunes running on a NAS which servers 3 airplay devices in my house. I use the iphone and ipad as a simple remote to give me multiroom.



Really? Thanks for letting me know. I don't have itunes running on a NAS so maybe that's the difference. If I use itunes or any music app on iPad, it won't allow me to play on multiple airplay devices, just one of them.

Do you think I need a NAS then? What would you recommend?

Many thanks

vexrob

Really? Thanks for letting me know. I don't have itunes running on a NAS … Really? Thanks for letting me know. I don't have itunes running on a NAS so maybe that's the difference.Really? Thanks for letting me know. I don't have itunes running on a NAS so maybe that's the difference. If I use itunes or any music app on iPad, it won't allow me to play on multiple airplay devices, just one of them.Do you think I need a NAS then? What would you recommend? Many thanks



Sorry, just seen your question. You don't 'need' a NAS as such just a PC which runs your itunes. You are then able to change the airplay speaker setting from single to multiple. After than you can choose which speakers to send the music to and alter each volume independently. Works great for me. You can use the remote app to change all the settings on the speakers, change the volume, pause etc.

My NAS is a HP microserver N54L. Low power, 24/7 running with some level of redundancy for my files.

Hope that helps.

Thanks - understood! This is exactly what my comment was. I need my laptop/PC on in order to manage multi-room. I'd like to be able to do this directly from an iPad rather than having to boot up my laptop every time I want to 'multi-room'

Ah right. Seems like a something they should implement.
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