Wi-Fi® music systems

Bose continues to increase its impressive range of audio equipment, today announcing new SoundTouch Series II WiFi Music Systems.

Regardless of what model you look at, the system is simple and easy to use – even for the most technophobic user. A simple touch of a button on your phone or tablet allows you to control literally thousands of internet radio stations or streaming music services such as Spotify, Pandora or Deezer to create a seamless and unparalleled music experience throughout your home.


Free SoundTouch™ app
The SoundTouch™ app gives you all the control you need to access music on your system. Use it to drag and drop any music source—a favorite Pandora station, a playlist, Internet radio—to your six presets. Now they’re just a touch away. But when you want to venture beyond your presets, use the app with your computer, smartphone or tablet to explore other music. Browse the online musical universe or your own music library to your heart’s content. And with more than one SoundTouch™ system in the home, you can use the app to play the same music everywhere or play different music in different rooms.

There are three models available: The top of the range SoundTouch 30, SoundTouch 20 and SoundTouch Portable ranging from $549 to $899.

The system is clearly a competitor to the hugely popular Sonos systems, and Bose is looking towards the Christmas market with the release window.

If the SoundTouch systems capture your interest, you can get more details or order your SoundTouch system from bose.com.au

What killer features are you looking for to fill a hole in your musical life? Is Bose’s SoundTouch system right for you?

Source: Bose Press.
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    Hey there, any news of when the Cinemate 520 or even 15, 17 might be hitting aussy shores? Seems they are all able to become Soundtouch enabled as well?!!


    **Cinemate 15 or the 120**