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MainStream Audio Debuts MS amp160

Visit MainStream Audio at CEDIA 2016 to Learn More About amp160
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MainStream Audio announces the MS amp160, a new amplified streaming product designed for custom integrators looking for an “all-in-one” Wi-Fi streaming and two-channel amplifier solution.

MainStream Audio’s MS amp160 Wi Fi streaming and audio amplifier compliments the trio of non-amplified units launched by MainStream Audio in July. The amp160 has been engineered as a two-channel, 160watt, class D (2 x 80 L/R) with a Wolfson 24/192k CD quality DAC inside. Designed to work in venues where amplification and Wi-Fi streaming is needed to drive indoor or outdoor speakers, the amp160 delivers powerful sound quality and performance for any residential or commercial application. At just 7.8-inch L x 4.6-inch W x 1.4-inch H, it will fit just about anywhere the installer needs it to. Full specifications can be viewed here.

“We’re excited to launch the amp160, a product we believe is going to break ground as our most popular amplified and streaming audio system,” said Mark Langley, president for MainStream Audio. “We designed the amp160 with both installers and their customers in mind. It’s truly easy to install and even easier to use. Its small footprint, robust capabilities, and friendly price make it a great choice for multi-room applications.”

The amp160 offers multi-room/multi-zone (up to 12 zones) capability and can be set up in minutes via any home Wi-Fi network. The amp160, like the other Mainstream Wi-Fi products, is iOS, Android and PC compatible, while addressing all popular music streaming OS platforms. The entire product line supports several third party music stations including v-Tuner, Pandora, iHeartRadio, tunein, Spotify, Tidal and many other ethnic audio services.

MainStream Audio will display the MS amp160, as well as their entire product lineup, at CEDIA 2016 in Booth #1112 in Dallas, Texas from September 15th – 17th, 2016. To learn more about the latest in audio streaming products and MainStream Audio, please visit www.mainstreamaudio.com.

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