The Myro:Air is an AirPlay receiver, easily integrated with home automation and control systems.

If you’re an unapologetic audiophile, then you may want to consider adding one to your home or office. Why? Allow us to count the reasons. There’s the Wolfson WM8741 DAC (digital-to-analog converter) found in many high-end standalone DACs. Now it’s possible to output great audio quality from AirPlay devices using Apple’s Lossless Codec processed through the best sounding DAC around.

There’s the freedom of Airplay itself, which negates the need of syncing separate media servers. Just use your iOS device to AirPlay your favorite music, podcasts and compatible apps (think: Pandora). Last but not least, there’s home automation, repped here by the Myro:Link feature and RS232 ports, which can be controlled by Crestron, RTI, Control4, Russound RNET, or any other system that can interface via RS232. Pick yours up now for $599.

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Myro:Air: The Best In AirPlay Receivers
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