ELM GROVE, Wis., March 17 /PRNewswire/ — Digital Techniques is announcing the Blackbird Digital Music Player exclusively for the home audio system, that allows complete access to a music fan’s entire music collection like never before. Featuring:
– Control from any web browser in the home, including a wireless PDA.
– 20,000 – 80,000 song storage capacity with four Blackbird models.
– Audiophile and Soundblaster high-fidelity sound quality options.
– Organized music, unlimited playlists and preset Internet radio stations.
– Music collector’s investment consolidated and safe with their audio components.
Blackbird offers consumers the ability to control their music from any web browser, multiple computers, anywhere their home network extends. This capability includes desktop computers, wireless laptops, wireless PDA’s, or any device with a web browser. While entertaining guests or relaxing alone, consumers can now simply take out their pocket PDA, and play any song in their entire music collection on their home audio system.
A companion to the home audio system, Blackbird’s four models can store up to 80,000 songs. Blackbird offers audio enthusiasts two high performance sound quality options: professional quality M-Audio Audiophile 2496 or Creative Technology SoundBlaster sound cards.
And just like a home entertainment component, there is no software to install. Consumers need only to turn Blackbird on, open a web browser, and load their music. Blackbird automatically organizes music by song, artist, title and genre. Blackbird supports MP3, MP3PRO, Ogg, Wav, and FLAC formats. Hundreds of preset Internet radio stations are included and others can easily be added. Playlists compile automatically while listening, available to edit and save. Collector’s music investment is consolidated and safely stored in the owner’s audio cabinet. Valuable computer disk space is unburdened and the consumer’s music library is safe from crashes and viruses that affect office computers.
Blackbird Digital Music Player is shipping now. Pricing begins at $499.
Digital sound for the home audio system with maximum storage, PDA remote control capability, multiple computer access, high-fidelity performance, organized music, playlists, and Internet radio stations — a new era of music enjoyment has arrived.
Digital Techniques, incorporated in 1993, specializes in providing innovative engineering solutions for consumer and industrial products. Visit http://www.digitaltechniques.com .
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