MOLINK Wireless Wi-Fi & Bluetooth Audio Receiver Adapter w/ AirPlay, DLNA

- Wirelessly play your own music, online music services and Internet radio and expand by adding wifi speakers to any room in your home
- Powerful wireless network delivers HiFi sound without dropouts
- Connects to stereo receiver via Optical, Coaxial or AUX(3.5mm) audio cable

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  • Wirelessly play your own music, online music services and Internet radio and expand by adding wifi speakers to any room in your home
  • Powerful wireless network delivers HiFi sound without dropouts
  • Connects to stereo receiver via Optical, Coaxial or 3.5Line in cable
  • Audio in, direct audio out to your stereo: Stream pure lossless audio from your smartphone, tablet or PC over Wi-Fi, and the AIRLIN_WR Receiver outputs it directly to your home audio system through the included line-in or RCA connector
  • Like Bluetooth, but a million times better: Get the ease of streaming music from your iPhone, iPad, Android device or Kindle Fire, but with the range, quality and reliability of Wi-Fi No pesky notification tones and zero drop outs Works everywhere your Wi-Fi does, and set up is a breeze
  • Fill a room Rock the House: Add link and control multiple AIRLIN Receivers at once, and the same song can boom in every room with perfect timing Or, play different songs on different speakers from multiple devices all at the same time
  • Loads of music choices, tons of control: Stream directly from your local music library, Pandora, DLNA servers, AM/FM/Internet Radio, your favorite podcasts, and more! Plus, control of the entire speaker network is at your fingertips
  • Bluetooth compatible too; Want to stream any audio on your device? Connect over Bluetooth and you're good to go Windows devices can also use Bluetooth to stream to the AIRLIN. Note: multi-room functionality is not available for Bluetooth streams

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