Apple has posted a list of speakers and receivers that will support AirPlay 2., just released today,, allowing users to stream music to multiple speakers at once.
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Audio accessories from Denon and Marantz are gaining support for AirPlay 2 through that are being distributed starting today. With the AirPlay 2 update, compatible Denon and Marantz devices offer support for multi-room audio and are able to work with other AirPlay 2 devices such as the HomePod, the Apple TV, and Sonos speakers. Both companies offer multiple AirPlay 2-compatible receiver options that are being updated with AirPlay 2 support. Apple of AirPlay 2-compatible speakers, both released and upcoming, on its HomeKit website, but its listings for Denon and Marantz are not complete. A full list of the AirPlay 2-compatible devices the two companies are said to be offering by Poor Audiophile. Both the Marantz and Denon brands are owned by Sound United, which also owns the Polk brand.
Polk is not listed on Apple's HomeKit site, but it is a partner on. It's not clear when Polk devices will receive AirPlay 2 updates, but it does not appear that new firmware is rolling out as of yet. The same goes for Definitive Technology, another Sound United brand that is expected to get AirPlay 2 support at some point. Denon and Marantz in offering AirPlay 2-compatible devices, but many other brands are working on AirPlay 2 support as well, including Beoplay, Devialet, Libratone, Naim, Bowers & Wilkins, McIntosh, Bose, and others. Uh, Marantz and Denon make great receivers, rock-solid boxes that will last many years, maybe even decades if the dust is cleaned and vents are unobstructed.
Unlike the Macbook Pro, their receivers don't skimp on size or components for 'looks.' It takes watts and sinks to power 7 or more channels, and you need a big-ass I/O panel to accommodate all kinds of AV equipment, lots of speakers, many different connections, etc. They're an audio company focused on sounding great rather than looking great? That's against everything Apple stands for in the audio portion of their business. I'll bet Jony could school them on a thing or two.
I don’t doubt the quality i’m just saying this thing looks like the surround sound system of the early 2000’s. They're an audio company focused on sounding great rather than looking great? That's against everything Apple stands for in the audio portion of their business. I'll bet Jony could school them on a thing or two. If you have a big house, this the the type of AV equipment that's required to power speakers large enough to fill a massive room. In the mansion of a friend, the receivers and amps are tucked away in a cabinet. Netflix app download for mac. HomePod designed to look good in a brick walled hipster apartment with a fixed gear bike in the living room simply wouldn't cut it.
Here is the list of Denon and Marantz devices that support Airplay 2: DENON AVR-X8500H AVR-X6500H AVR-X6400H AVR-X6300H AVR-X4500H AVR-X4400H AVR-X4300H AVR-X3500H AVR-X3400H AVR-X2500H AVR-X2400H AVR-X1500H AVR-X1400H AVR-S940H AVR-S930H AVR-S740H AVR-S730H AVR-S640H DNP-800NE CEOL RCD-N10 MARANTZ SR8012 SR7013 SR7012 SR7011 SR6013 SR6012 SR5013 SR5012 NR1609 NR1608 NR1509 NR1508 NA6006 ND8006 AV8805 AV7705 AV7704 AV7703 HEOS - Home Cinema HS2 [doublepost=][/doublepost] If you want to do it right, get a receiver, preferably Denon or Yamaha. They’re both at the top of the heap when it comes to value and reliability for the money in this market. Stay away from sound bars and ‘home theaters in a box.’ When the electronics die or become outdated, and one of those will eventually happen, the whole thing becomes trash and you’ve lost 100% of your investment. If you buy separates, when the time comes you only have to replace the receiver and can keep the speakers, which you should be spending at least as much money on as the receiver, preferably more. A speaker can easily last 20 years or longer. I’ve got about $3k wrapped up in my receiver and speakers, but when the time comes, I only have to replace my $500 receiver, not the entire setup like you would if you were replacing a sound bar or HTiB.