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Micromega WM-10 Airstream Wireless DAC

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Combines Compelling Blend of Performance, Ease of Operation, Flexibility and Convenience to satisfy the Most Discerning Music Lovers

Audio Plus Services, a leading North American importer/distributor of premium products for the audio, video and home theater markets, has delivered the world’s very first Wi-Fi 802.11n wireless DAC. The WM-10 “AirStream” combines unsurpassed sound quality with ultra-simple installation for both audiophiles and casual listeners alike. The WM-10 ($1,595 MSRP) accesses stored music on computer hard drives with a seamless control experience that complements today’s busy lifestyle.

Advanced 24-bit/192 kHz DAC’s combine with precise jitter reducing re-clocking circuitry and a highly regulated noise-filtering R-Core transformer to deliver an outstanding audio experience. 802.11n Wi-Fi delivers an unsurpassed 300′ wireless listening perimeter, while multiple WM-10’s can be set up to deliver content throughout a home. Realizing effortless access to content is as much a priority as state-of-the-art sound quality, the Micromega WM-10 AirStream seamlessly connects with Apple’s industry dominant iTunes, as well as Sonic Studio’s Amarra, and Rogue Amoeba’s Airfoil software.

Daniel Jacques, President of Audio Plus Services, explained, “We set up an extremely demanding two-channel system in our corporate demonstration room to see just how good sounding the WM-10 was. Even using a well regarded CD Player retailing for $10,000, we were unable to discern any difference between the CD and the AirStream; and that was before we auditioned 24/192 based music files! Wow, the AirStream WM-10 really signals the start of a whole new era in musical fidelity, content access, and ease of use.”

The WM-10 AirStream has an MSRP of $1,595 and will be shipping In January 2010. It will soon thereafter be available for audition at the finest Audio Video specialists in North America.

Key Features:

  • Flexible and expandable- 802.11n Wi-Fi delivers an unsurpassed 300′ wireless listening perimeter, while multiple WM-10’s can be set up to deliver content throughout a home.
  • High Performance – Advanced 24-bit/192 kHz DAC’s combine with precise jitter reducing re-clocking circuitry and a highly regulated noise-filtering R-Core transformer
  • Simple to use- seamlessly connects with Apple’s industry dominant iTunes, as well as Sonic Studio’s Amarra, and Rogue Amoeba’s Airfoil software

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About Audio Plus Services
Established in 1979, Audio Plus Services is a leading North American importer and distributor of premium consumer electronics brands. Based in Montreal with U.S facilities in Champlain, NY, Audio Plus has sales personnel located throughout the United States to professionally service their active roster of more than 300 specialty A/V dealers.

Audio Plus specializes in products and services for the audio, home theater and custom integration (CI) market — both residential and commercial — for North America. Their prestigious lineup of exclusive brands includes: Cambridge Audio, DreamVision, Focal Home, Focal Professional, Incognito, Kanto, Micromega, Mordaunt-Short, Pathos, Perfect Vu, Solid Tech, YBA, and YBA Design.
About Micromega

With 100% of their products designed and manufactured in France, today’s Micromega HD Audio lineup consists of models for both two-channel audio (CD players, preamplifier, amplifiers and tuner) as well as home cinema. Slim aluminum chassis with elegant styling and aerospace precision house state-of-the-art innovations such as ACT power supply filtering, name-able inputs and amplifiers with easy to read displays. Yet despite the company’s uncompromising standard of sonic performance and style, Micromega’s products are surprisingly affordable and represent exceptional value.

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