McIntosh is a Breath of Fresh Air
American audio icon McIntosh has unveiled its first wireless sound system. Called cheekily the McAire, the new sound system is studded with inputs which include WiFi, Apple AirPlay, USB, RJ45 and one analog.
And just so you know McIntosh hasn’t skimped with its new baby, the McAire is built where the rest of the brand’s amplifiers have always been produced, in Binghampton, New York.
The McAire’s front fascia positively reinforces the brand’s heritage in the form of the two blue output displays that reside there.
Speaking with Australian distributor, Synergy Audio Visual's CEO, Philip Sawyer, confirmed the McAire is crammed full of McIntosh amplifier and speaker technology which confirms why the price of this unique lifestyle system is $4495.
Check out the below videos to see the attention to detail employed in the building of each McAire.
StereoNET's Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers to headphones. Marc also founded Melbourne's International HiFi Show.
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