Launched On Kickstarter, Musaic Promises Hi-Fi Music And Home Automation

TechCrunch

Compact wireless HiFi systems are pretty common these days, but what is less common is startups thinking more deeply about how the same systems could move into home automation and the Internet of Things. That’s the implication behind a new system launched by device startup Musaic, recently launched on Kickstarter.

It now plans to go up against much bigger audio-based companies, such as Bose. It’s speakers system is, to some extend, a Trojan Horse for it’s IoT platform.

Musaic is a new kind of HiFi system made up of wireless speakers, which also cleverly extends into home automation, and is able to deliver high quality 24 Bit content over not just Bluetooth but also Wifi.

It works over WiFi and Bluetooth (many systems are just one or the other) to play music from many different smartphones, Mac or PC, and streaming services such as Grooveshark, Aupeo, Rhapsody, Napster…

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