Released January, 2009
The Pros:Software is completely optional, will hook up fine without reading instructions. Volume control can be handled through the iPhone. Works with a standard RCA input,.
The Cons:Documentation on the hardware setup is confusing. Can't be too far away from the transmission source or quality drops off dramatically. Only support for an analog stereo signal, no digital or HD audio support.
The Sony ALT-A33PC is a wireless music transmitter offered by Sony that lets you enjoy music stored on your PC through your existing home theater system. It uses a USB S-AIR enabled Digital Wireless transmitter for easy connectionto any PC and the universal receiver is designed for easy connection to your existing home sound system.
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It has unique music management software which taps into existing iTunes and Windows Media Player playlists, and even lets you create new channels of your favorite songs. This system is a part of Sony's S-AIR product line which allows you to add up to an additional 8 compact, plug-n-play receiver/speaker systems, sold seperately. The Sony ALT-A33PC also includes a remote control.
- Power Requirements : 120V AC, 60Hz
- Antenna System : Module (EZW-RT10A)
- Format(s) Supported : S-AIR Specification version 1.0, Modulation method - DSSS, 16bit / 48kHz Linear PCM, Data Transfer Rate: 11Mbps. (Max)
- Frequency Range : 2400MHz - 2483.5MHz
- Weights and Measurements:
- Dimensions (Approx.) : Transmitter: 1 1/32 x 1/2 x 3 7/16 in, Receiver: 1.9 x .5 x 2.3 in.
- Weight (Approx.) : AIR-PC10T: .7 oz., AIR-A10R: .8 oz.
- Compatible Components: AIR-PC10T, AIR-A10R
- Display : 1 line LCD Display
- Remote Control : RM-ANU062
- Supplied Software : Application software "S-AIR CAST" (CD-ROM)
- In the Box:
- Battery (AAA X 2)
- Application software "S-AIR CAST" (CD-ROM)
- Cable (mini RCA 1m)
- Wireless Transceiver (EZW-RT10A) x 1
- Remote Commander (RM-ANU062) x 1
- AC Adapter
User Reviews (2)
software is completely optional, will hook up fine without reading instructions
volume control can be handled through the iPhone
works with a standard RCA input,
built in a small footprint, doesn't take up much room
documentation on the hardware setup is confusing
can't be too far away from the transmission source or quality drops off dramatically
only support for an analog stereo signal, no digital or HD audio support
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