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Philips WACS700 Wireless Audio System

Philips WACS700 Wireless Audio System
Philips WACS700 Wireless Audio System


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Philips WACS700 Wireless Audio System


Philips WACS700 Wireless Audio System

Wireless Music Center 40GB. Store your entire CD collection on a 40 GB hard disk and listen in every room. You can listen to different music in every room and your music can finally follow you wherever you are in your home. The Remote Control has a builtClass ‘D’ Digital Amplifier takes an analog signal, converts it into a digital signal and then amplifies the signal digitally. The signal then enters a demodulation filter to give the final output. The amplified digital output delivers all the advantages of digital audio, including improved sound quality. In addition, Class ‘D’ Digital Amplifier has greater than 90% efficiency compared to traditional AB amplifiers. This high efficiency translates into a powerful amplifier with a small footprint.Be your own DJ at your home party and simultaneously broadcast your favorite dance music from the Wireless Audio Center to all Wireless Audio Stations installed in various parts of your home. Great for parties!Different family members in

  • Philips WACS700/37 40GB hard disk system, playsback up to 750 CDs Music follows everywhere

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  1. 14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Almost perfect, April 5, 2006
    By 
    Mladen Vrsalovic Oyarzo “Mladen” (Santiago, RM Chile) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Philips WACS700 Wireless Audio System (Electronics)

    The idea of having a digital center which can be accessed (and played) from any room of the house, with no wires and great sound performance has arrived. This is a great product, its easy and very fast to set up (for dummies, even). I have a laptop pc (Toshiba satellite, 2GH PIVm, 512 RAM) and the communication between the two works great through the ethernet cable (no WIFI so no test there).

    The remote control is awesomme. It lets you do everything from it. Wish the other one was like the main one. The station remote control is a bit useless since you can’t see what you are doing (if you are far from the station) The good thing is you can use the main remote control with both the station and the central unit.

    For being the first product like this on the market is a very good attempt… you can see they worked most of the major flaws they would have tripped over if they had developed it quickly or sloppy…

    …but now, what they didn’t do and wish they had, so the product would have been absolutely perfect.

    1. When broadcasting you can’t select the next song to be played. Broadcasting plays continously unit the current playlist is over… you can’t even skip to the next song, you must wait unitl it’s over if you want to listen to the next song and maintain the broadcasting. Of course, you can always stop (by pressing the stop button) choose the next song and begin broadcasting again, but that brings in a 10 second delay of silence until music begins poping out of the center and station units… which is not cool if in the middle of a party. MAJOR constraint.

    2. Stations should hace a regular (composite) line out, in order to hook stations to an amplifier or bigger speakers… or increase the station’s speaker power.

    3. Should be able to broadcast the cd being played on the center unit.

    4. Faster menu navigation would be greatly appreciated. IPOD solved this smartly with its navigation solution. Wish Philips had copied it.

    5. The display flickers a bit.. only had the system for a week… I worry the display doesn’t last long…

    6. The speakers of the central unit must be removable. Wireless conectivity with the central unit would fit with the product whole idea, and would make the whole product incredibly more atractive.

    7. I would have traded the ethernet connection with the PC for a USB 2.0 or Firewire (even better).. so, laptops with no WIFI can have its ethernet free for internet.

    8. Wish it accessed the internet directly for CDDB information.

    Other than these 8 points, the system works great… The “follow me” works perfectly. The transmission has never failed and it seems to cover a great area.

    Hope the guys in R&D at Philips take these comments anduse for next generation wireless music centers.

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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Best Media Center On the Market! AMAZING!, October 20, 2007
    By 
    E. Renteria “Electronics101″ (california) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Philips WACS700 Wireless Audio System (Electronics)

    This technology is unbelievable, you could stream any wiFi music connection from any part of your home. For example, if you go to the living room you can continue the music you where listing to in your bed room the the living room or kitchen where every you chose and so on! Also it has so much storage you can store a lot of music,i put all my media on it, not to mention the design is really sleek. I would buy this item all over again, definitely recommended.

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