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World’s first iPod speakers with Apple AirPlay

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Bowers & Wilkins have announced a world first – an iPod speaker system which features Apple’s AirPlay to wirelessly stream your music over your home’s wi-fi network.

And it’s not just any old iPod speaker system but the unmistakable and iconic Zeppelin Air.

Along with stand-out looks, the Zeppelin Air also has a high end sound so it’s easy on the eyes and the ears.

The Zeppelin Air has updated drive units along with advanced DSP (Digital Signal Processing to improve performance.

With the device users can select the iTunes icon their Mac or PC, iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad  and wirelessly stream the music to the speakers.

In the case of users having several Zeppelin Airs around the home it is still easy to select playback through any one of them within your wi-fi network.

It would be the easiest way to create a multi-room audio system.

The Zeppelin Air has updated driver units and improved amplification to improve sound quality.

With the improved output of 4x25W + 1x50W the Zeppelin can easily fill the room with music.

Other companies expected to produce Apple Airplay compatibility will include Denon, Marantz, JBL and iHome.

The Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Air will go on sale on April 1 and will be priced at $799.

 The Zeppeilin Air now has Apple's AirPlay onboard to wirelessly stream music