Aperion ARIS Wireless Speaker for Windows

Aperion ARIS Wireless Speaker for Windows

Soon you will be able to enjoy digital music from any room in your house with a compact and stylish speaker. The Aperion ARIS Wireless Speaker for Windows eliminates cables and the need to move music files between electronic devices by using the “Play To” feature on Windows 7.

ARIS features a total of 100 W RMS power from the six internal drivers and four amplifiers, which are secured in a brushed aluminum enclosure for distortion-free stereo sound. Compact enough to be placed in the kitchen, on a desk or even by your bedside, this speaker is perfect for the music lover in your family.

“The ARIS Wireless Speaker combines our experience in making wireless speaker systems with the media capabilities of the Windows operating system,” says Mike Hopkins, Product Development Manager at Aperion Audio. “The result is effortless listening from any room. Plus, with the new ARIS app, smartphone users can choose music from any device on their network and instantly send it to any connected ARIS speaker.”

Aperion ARIS Wireless Speaker

Aperion ARIS Wireless Speaker for Windows

  • Single-piece brushed aluminum enclosure
  • Adjustable and removable steel base
  • 100 W RMS total power
  • Six internal speakers (four powered drivers, two passive radiators)
  • Three sound modes: natural, bass boost and enhanced stereo
  • Push-button connection to home network using Wi-Fi Protected Setup
  • Compatible with Windows 7 (Compatible with Windows 8 pending)
  • 6.5” H x 14.75” W x 6.5” D
  • DLNA certified

You can pre-order the Aperion ARIS Speaker with ARIS Wireless Card for Windows for $499 at Aperionaudio.com with free shipping. Orders are expected to ship mid-June 2012

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