David Wiener Collection (DWC) will introduce the newest Ferrari Art.Engine System at CEDIA 2009.
The new Ferrari Art.Engine System comes in a variety of Ferrari-approved colors and includes the new, upgraded Art.Engine System. It also includes the Art.Suono wireless transmission dock, DWC-Aphex music enhancement circuitry, and DWC-Wireless Zero-Drop transmission technology that enables listeners to “beam” music from an iPod or iPhone (which fit in the supplied Art.Suono dock), a PC, a Mac, a CD player, satellite radio or any other audio source directly to the Art.Engine tower.
Designed to be positioned against a wall, the Art.Engine Systen stands at just 47 inches tall. True to the Ferrari style, the new system exhibits solid aluminum enclosure and racing-style NACA cooling ducts, carbon fiber baffles and drivers, Ferrari paint finish, and advanced electronics.
The Art.Engine System incorporates proprietary DWC-Aphex circuitry, an acoustic technology. Developed for the recording industry and used by top engineers, and artists like James Taylor, Fleetwood Mac, and Paul McCartney in mastering their albums, DWC-Aphex circuitry makes recorded music sound more “alive.”
The built-in DWC-Aphex circuitry seamlessly restores the harmonics lost in compressed music files and provides spaciousness and clarity so that each instrument and voice is clear and distinct. At the same time, it optimizes bass response by enhancing the detail and fullness without demanding extra amplification normally required when boosting bass equalization.
DWC-Wireless provides quality wireless audio performance. The dropout-free technology allows Art.Engine users to flawlessly transmit audio from any source — including an iPod, iPhone, PC, Mac, CD player, MP3 player or satellite radio.