DTS unveils Play-Fi wireless driver for Windows PC
The dominance of disc-based music has come to an end, with everyone streaming music on their devices from the oodles of media streaming services. But music has got compressed and limited to our devices. But with DTS Play-Fi driver, Windows PC users can now enjoy music right out of the box, in every corner of your house to create a whole-house audio streaming experience over your standard Wi-Fi connection.
Phorus, a subsidiary of DTS, has recently announced its new play-Fi driver that wirelessly streams music from Windows PCs or Android portable devices to DTS Play-Fi enabled speaker system through a simple downloadable app.
Brian Towne, executive vice president and chief operating officer, DTS said, "At DTS, we realize that millions of consumers use their Windows PCs and laptops as music sources.Â Some have extensive music collections on their hard drives, others are using streaming services or rely on cloud servers; regardless of where they get their music, we believe that everyone deserves to enjoy their music over their favorite sound systems. With DTS Play-Fi, we make this possible."
Using the popular DTS Play-Fi app, your DTS Play-Fi Windows PC driver and Android devices can directly stream Hi-Fi music to the DTS Play-Fi connected speakers and receivers throughout your home. The DTS Play-Fi Windows driver will allow you to stream music from any source, including subscription services, network drives, local files, cloud services, or directly through websites to your DTS Play-Fi-enabled speaker system. It gives you the complete control of the home speaker network, thus allowing you to set up, link, and stream audio throughout the home, whether you are using a single or multiple speaker system.
DTS assured that its Play-Fi app for Windows PC will be soon available to users for download.
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