multiroom

multiroom

(ˈmʌltɪˌrʊm; ˈmʌltɪˌruːm)
adj
having several rooms(of a stereo, video, etc) able to operate in several rooms
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And, of course, the ability of both to deliver multiroom music is a key reason why some folks have invested in them.
The speakers are equipped with the Bang & Olufsen multiroom functionality, which allows one to have the speakers play different music in different rooms or seamlessly connect to have one tune flow throughout the home.
The gadget will have multiroom speaker support with AirPlay 2 and will be able to sense when another HomePod has been added.
UL/IC 1023 (security) requirements cover burglar-alarm system units intended for use in residences to protect a complete multiroom residence, one room of a residence, or one opening or area in a residence.
In addition to the being named the leader in Whole-House Automation, Control4 also came in at the top in additional categories including: Multiroom A/V Distribution Systems, Video Distribution Switchers/Extenders, Access Control, and HVAC Control.
All Sky TV subscribers can use the app on up to two devices, but if you have Sky Multiroom or pay an extra PS5 on top of your subscription, you can run it on four devices, and download catch-up shows to watch off line.
The center promotes multiroom and multidisciplinary training within and between simulated departments.
The new Gear4 Stream series is a multiroom set-up which connects wirelessly, allowing you to play the same songs everywhere.
With a performance that hit the sweet spot time after time during testing, the NX-N500s make for a great standalone system and a very persuasive argument for opting for Yamaha's way of doing multiroom audio.
There first step into the world of Multiroom Home Audio sees the release of two Bluetooth Speakers.
USPRwire, Tue Dec 29 2015] Wireless multiroom speakers saw the fastest growth in 2015, continuing to cannibalise sales of home audio and cinema, which declined by 2% in 2015.