From the Wren blog
John Carter, former head of Bose engineering, praises Wren’s V5US
Wren is one of the very few new generation digital audio companies to actually deliver on the wireless audio promise of clutter-free simplicity and real high fidelityRead More
So lossless wireless audio can deliver high fidelity, but what else do I need to create a great-sounding wireless audio system?
Because many different wireless speakers use similar “upstream” technology, it is the sound quality of their amplifiers and speakers that differentiates one wireless audio system from another. In that respect, wireless speakers are no different from wired speakers.Read More
Seriously, can wireless audio achieve audiophile sound quality?
A wireless audio system can provide the same outstanding fidelity as a wired system. In fact, the wireless part of a wireless audio system can be completely transparent, and absolutely will not affect the sound quality of the audio signal. This is because of lossless coding.Read More
DTS Play-Fi wireless audio explained
what about wireless audio for the enormous population of users who prefer Android devices?Read More
What about Apple, Android, Windows and wireless audio?
It is now time to address the subject of operating systems and compatibility of various Wi-Fi devices with different kinds of smartphones, tablets, and computers.Read More
Other technical considerations when choosing a wireless audio system
A wireless audio system should be more than just a speaker without wires. It should offer new ways to listen to music in your house.Read More
Should my wireless audio system use Bluetooth or WiFi?
The choice of Bluetooth or WiFi is clear. Bluetooth is a universal standard and easy to use. But, its range is quite limited and sound quality is restricted. WiFi systems have a wider range and can offer excellent fidelity. But, different systems that use WiFi are incompatible, and setup may be difficult.Read More
Why is wireless audio better for multi-room sound?
A wireless audio system provides flexibility, expandability, connectivity, and convenience. It makes audio playback throughout your house a seamless extension of your handheld device.Read More
Why should I switch from wired to wireless audio?
Consider all the reasons why your cellphone is better than your land line (if you still have one). For the same reasons, should you consider expanding into wireless audio playback? Let’s consider the advantages and disadvantages of that.Read More
What is wireless audio?
Most people reading this will already know that “wireless audio” means “audio signals that travel without wires;” but that’s just the beginning of the story.Read More
Hi-Fi over Wi-Fi: A new era of old-school sound for Android
Phorus Founder/GM and Play-Fi inventor Dannie Lau explains what Play-Fi is, what it does and why "Hi-Fi over Wi-Fi" is here to stay for Android device owners.Read More
Wren Sound Systems and what we’re trying to accomplish
Audio – specifically, the equipment we use to reproduce music – is getting complicated. We're here to simplify it. It’s not a CD and iPod world anymore – smartphones and tablets are becoming the primary source for music. For some folks, this won’t be news at all: About half of the people with smartphones and tablets already use them as listening devices by accessing services like Pandora, Spotify, Amazon’s Cloud Player and Apple’s iTunes Match.Read More