With all the latest Bluetooth speakers to hit the market, a lot of people are experiencing envy. No matter the kind of home speaker setup, it’s probably not as quick or convenient as streaming audio wirelessly through a mobile tablet or smartphone. The apps for those mobile devices make access to all sorts of music instant, with no cables involved.
When you have a really fantastic-sounding speaker system, it’s a hard decision to go out and buy a replacement just for the wireless functionality. In fact, many existing systems sound just as good, if not better, than new products coming out with wireless built-in. An easy and affordable option for wireless audio streaming is to get an adapter. But when settle for a basic one, when you can have a wireless range extender with it too.
D-Link has just announced its latest solution for those who want wireless streaming to non-wireless speakers. The D-Link Wi-Fi Audio Extender connects to a home network and passes audio information through a 3.5mm cable directly to the speaker. This audio extender is compatible with any 802.11ac/n/g/b wireless router and device. Since the D-Link Wi-Fi Audio Extender doesn’t use Bluetooth, like many similar products, users benefit from greater range and convenience.
One important thing about audio streaming is connection quality. We prefer our home networks instead of mobile data for both cost and speed efficiency. The D-Link Wi-Fi Audio Extender is also a wireless range extender, which expands the coverage of home network signals. Now you can travel further away from your router and still maintain a solid connection to effectively stream to your speaker.
Best of all, the only cord needed is the 3.5mm audio cable. The D-Link Wi-Fi Audio Extender has its own set of prongs to plug directly into outlets. This also makes it easy to move around and connect anywhere else in the house that you might want to have music playing. Since it has built-in wireless security features, all your activity is safe and protected.