MartinLogan Motion Vision X Soundbar Features DTS Play-Fi MartinLogan has added the Motion Vision X soundbar with five-channel surround sound channel simulation and high-resolution wireless audio streaming via DTS Play-Fi technology to its lineup.RS Staff ⋅ Oct 26, 2015 MartinLogan has added the Motion Vision X soundbar with five-channel surround sound channel simulation and high-resolution wireless audio streaming via DTS Play-Fi technology to its lineup. The Vision X is a single-speaker surround sound system with three advanced-resolution folded-motion tweeters, four 4-inch high-performance woofers, and seven dedicated amplifiers delivering 100 watts of total system power. Advanced digital signal processing technology and surround sound decoding allowed MartinLogan to replace five separate home theater speakers with a one-piece solution that reproduces multi-channel recordings with accuracy, resolution, and detail. Utilizing DTS Play-Fi technology, the Vision X provides listeners the freedom and flexibility to stream high-resolution music wirelessly (up to 24-bit/192kHz) over an existing wi-fi network to any number of connected speakers that utilize DTS Play-Fi technology once paired with the Play-Fi App. DTS Play-Fi is an open platform, meaning listeners are able to mix and match any DTS Play-Fi-enabled audio products from a selection of audio brands. Listeners can take advantage of choices ranging from their own music libraries to online music streaming services like Tidal, Spotify, Rdio, Songza, Pandora, and more. They can also stream their music from virtually any device – Android, iOS, Kindle Fire or PC. Dual rear-firing bass ports reinforce the bass extension and can be adjusted plus or minus 10 dB to custom-tailor bass performance. For bass aficionados who desire the deepest bass experience, the built-in SWT-2 transmitter allows the addition of a compatible wireless MartinLogan subwoofer. For those who desire a non-wireless subwoofer, Motion Vision X offers simple wired connectivity. The Motion Vision X is housed in a high-gloss, piano black sculpture with a visually unobtrusive design and a clear, anodized brushed aluminum metal accent to the new five-button on-board navigation panel. A new slender wall bracket minimizes visibility when the soundbar is wall mounted. SubscribeFor more stories like this, and to keep up to date with all our market leading news, features and analysis, sign up to our newsletter here.