The device supports Apple AirPlay, aptX Bluetooth and DLNA, while Monitor Audio's proprietary Airstream Direct can also be found on board if you don't wish to stream via wi-fi.
If you're using its AirPlay capabilities, you'll be able to stream tunes saved in the AAC, ALAC and MP3 format. Meanwhile, Airstream Direct can support all three formats and a fourth – ALAC – for "higher quality streams".
We've already had our hands on a sample, so you can read our full review online now.
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Of course, you don't always have to use a wireless connection and your iOS device – the S200 supports the iPhone or later; first-generation iPod touch or later; and second-generation iPod nano – it can also be plugged in via the USB input, which will also charge your iOS device.
Non-iOS devices can also be hooked up to the Airstream S200 using its 3.5mm jack.
Each speaker contains four signature C-CAM drivers directly powered by three individual class-D amplifiers – a 20mm gold dome tweeter, a pair of 3in metal bass/mid drivers and a rear-firing Auxiliary Bass Radiator.
The gold dome tweeter is mounted centrally between the two 3in bass/mid drivers, but the baffle is slightly angled, which results in the bass/mid drivers firing off in opposite directions in an effort to increase the dispersion of the sound.
Monitor Audio's Airstream S200 is expected to go on sale shortly at a cost of £200. Click the link below to read our full review.
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