Soundcast Adds High Quality Bluetooth for OutCast


By RS Staff May 20,2013


Soundcast Systems, developer and manufacturer of high-performance wireless music systems, has added advanced Bluetooth capabilities to its long-range wireless OutCast and OutCast Jr. speaker systems with the development of its new BlueCast Bluetooth receiver adapter.
Soundcast BlueCast
Soundcast customers both new and former that have purchased OutCast or OutCast Jr. portable music systems can now easily and affordably add Bluetooth playback capabilities to conveniently access and enjoy their personal music from a wide variety of mobile Internet music Apps including iTunes Pandora, Spotify, Rhapsody, iHeartRADIO, TuneIn and others.

The BlueCast receiver simply docks into the OutCast or OurCast Jr’s 3.5mm audio port to quickly connect any Bluetooth wireless audio source device including: iPhones, iPads, Android Phones, Windows Phones, tablets, netbooks and other devices within range.

Equipped with the latest and most advanced AptX and AAC superior quality and high-speed wireless Bluetooth communications technology, BlueCast delivers high quality lossless CD audio.

The BlueCast receiver adapter is weather-resistant and specially designed for a perfect fit and use with all OutCast systems.

Use BlueCast for 8-10 hours of uninterrupted playtime with its versatile USB based rechargeable battery that fully charges within 1.5 hours.

“BlueCast is a game changer as it instantly transforms OutCast and OutCast Jr. into a Bluetooth compatible system that provides ultra-convenient access to today’s mobile devices and music apps. Now anyone can be the DJ. Likewise, it adds many exciting and new possibilities for our customers. BlueCast’s exceptional performance maintains our commitment to deliver the highest wireless fidelity available,” said Mike Weaver, president of Soundcast Systems.

All Soundcast OutCast portable music systems include an internal battery power system that allows use anywhere and anytime—inside the house, front-yard, barbecue patio, poolside, beach, tailgating at the stadium, and even on a boat or RV. OutCast owners and prospective buyers now have the added flexibility to operate with either long-range 2.4GHz wireless transmissions (up to 300ft.) with its iCast and UAT wireless audio transmitters or go short-range 2.4GHz Bluetooth wireless play with its new advanced BlueCast receiver—or employ both based on your needs or situation.

The delivery date for BlueCast is early June 2013 and the retail-selling price will be $79 U.S.

1 Comments

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    good move to eliminate airplay license issues - airplay would force them to eliminate wifi.

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