|商品尺寸||28.45 x 12.45 x 7.37 cm; 1.04 公斤|
|连接技术||AirPlay, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi|
Phorus PS5 Speaker with Play-Fi Multi-Room Wireless Audio Streaming, Black
- Powerful, crystal-clear sound: Music streams as pure, lossless audio for uncompromised quality. Custom acoustic design with renowned DTS Sound pours out rich, clean audio at every volume level.
- Wireless audio for every device: Instantly connect any smartphone, tablet or computer, using DTS Play-Fi or premium Bluetooth with AptX and AAC. AirPlay streams and line-in connections are supported, too.
- Whole home listening, made easy: DTS Play-Fi multi-room wireless technology lets you add, link and control speakers in every room of the house using your existing Wi-Fi network. Includes advanced Dual-Band Wi-Fi, for drop-out free enjoyment, everywhere.
- Loads of Music Choices: The free Phorus app for Android, Kindle Fire, and iOS plays from your music library, Spotify, Pandora, Rdio, Rhapsody, SiriusXM, Deezer, Songza, Tidal, DLNA Servers, AM/FM/Internet Radio, Podcasts, and more!
- Super simple set-up! Plug in your speaker, download the Phorus app, and let the system take care of the rest. You'll be rocking the house in no time!
The elegant, smart, great-sounding Phorus PS5 Speaker lets you stream high quality audio right from your smartphone, tablet, Kindle Fire or PC, over the existing Wi-Fi network in your home. Using breakthrough DTS Play-Fi Technology, you can add additional speakers in other rooms for a truly wireless whole-home audio solution. The PS5 Speaker also includes Bluetooth and AirPlay connectivity, giving you a full range of wireless streaming options. Renowned DTS Sound and premium acoustics deliver powerful, crystal clear, sound at every volume level, so you get massive audio performance with zero compromises. With Play-Fi, your music streams with pure, lossless quality, with full support for MP3, AAC, and FLAC formats, at resolutions up to 24/192. The free Phorus app for Android and iOS gives you a world of music options, including all your own music, popular streaming services like Pandora and Spotify, and thousands of radio stations and podcasts. Or, access a connected DLNA music server. And with the Windows app, you can stream audio from any application on your PC to every room in your house. New services and features are added with app updates, so your PS5 just keeps getting better and better.
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Overall, mediocre sound quality, but what can you expect at the price point... good enough for my dogs I suppose. If you're looking for a wifi speaker without an always on microphone at this price point, there is not much else unless you go for a portable/battery-powered speaker option.
I like these so much that as soon as set up the first two I ordered, I ordered two more. $50 a speaker for a whole house music system? Total bargain. And they sound pretty darn good if you're an average person and just want to hear your tunes as you move from room to room while you do your house work or have a party.
And I'm getting another device ($30) that will connect my Yamaha receiver and PBS speakers as well --so, I'll have this capability on a great system as well.
Easy to set up and really easy to use. And the Play-Fi tech is compatible across devices. I installed a Klipsch Gate on a soundbar we have and that hooked the soundbar up to the same speaker network.
Another great feature is that you can create groups of speakers. So, for example, you can play your tunes on the speakers upstairs and another person can play their music downstairs at the same time on the downstairs speakers.
From what I've read of the bad reviews, I'm guessing that they have spotty wi-fi in their homes. I used to have problems with my other wi-fi devices until I got the google wi-fi system.
Another tip: Be patient when they are updating. It can take 10-15 minutes to download updates once you've set them up.
The initial setup process took HOURS. I had to enable GPS location on my phone (why???) in order to get them connected to my wifi network. Then I had to download a gigantic update and apply that, then another, and after all of that, it only works on the named wifi network you specify, which is bunk when you have several interconnected networks. (I have my ISP's network, and a second router with 2.4GHz and a 5GHz networks, and this only works on the 2.4GHz because that's the one I set it up on. Everything else on my network works by IP address and doesn't care what the network name is.)
Using wifi / Play-fi seems to sound much better, but the app situation is *horrible*. You can only use the Play-Fi app to use the wifi, and it's a disaster. I have ripped my music collection to my phone, and playing that from my phone is so difficult, because the app makes it cumbersome. It'll do playlists, but if you have things organized by album it'll just give you all of the folders in alphabetical order, with no way to sort them. And there's a several seconds long pause between every song, which is very annoying. It's more for streaming music services, but then why are you using such an advanced decoder with radio quality streams.
The Play-Fi app for Windows is better, it'll allow you to use your favorite music player, but there's about a 5 second delay overall, instead of between every song. But if you want to restrict the output from just the music player, or play to speaker groups, you'll need to buy the full version of the app for $15.
And wifi signal dropouts do not recover gracefully. If it loses signal for more than a few seconds, it gives up and you have to go tell it which speaker you want to play to. I have had to restart the speaker after using the microwave many times because after a minute it just doesn't seem interested in getting back onto the one wifi network it knows.
I thought the bluetooth would be better than average with it having APT but it's the same as any other as far as I can tell.
So tl;dr, a couple of strong pros and a couple of strong cons.