Karajan 1960s box and remastered editions

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Wi-Fi and wireless audio.

Bluetooth is a wireless technology inferior to Wi Fi. However, for the best possible wireless audio reproduction, one needs a Wifi netwoork that is reliable, so that the signal can be strong enough throughout the desired listening area, something not that easy or available always and everywhere.

Then, there is the question of how wireless one has to go (wireless speakers or not?)...A quite wireless system has no control over the  finer aspects of the sound. However, one may have to opt for the advantages of the versatility of the wireless music world versus a theatrical (with all its limitations) hi-end listening experience.

Parla

In some rooms, you do not need signal throughout

parla wrote:

signal can be strong enough throughout the desired listening area, something not that easy or available always and everywhere.

one may have to opt for the advantages of the versatility of the wireless music world versus a theatrical (with all its limitations) hi-end listening experience.

 

parla wrote:

The Hi-end playback reproduction and listening to music is not a mere compromise ... with my system and in a properly prepared room, I have the "best seat" of a concert hall

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