The first time that you hear about the KitSound Link, you might ask, “What’s that?” It is a multi-room audio adapter that will link any speaker to your wireless home network. Using this device, it will allow you to incorporate audio systems into a multi-room setup. The only thing required here is a 3.5-millimeter jack input. Everything will then be controlled via a free smartphone app.
Turn Your Home Speaker Setup Into a Multi-Room Audio Environment With the KitSound Link
The KitSound Link System will be controlled via the aforementioned app. The app will then send music from DLNA devices. Streaming services, such as Spotify, can then be sent to any area, or rather any speaker in any room in the house (provided, of course, the speaker is compatible to do this).
The device works in the same way as multi-room products. Some notable products worth mentioning are the Samsung R7 and the Sony SRS-X88. But instead of having to fork over extra cash for an expensive new speaker, you can keep your old sound system and just spend a more reasonable amount on the adapter. This will give your old audio system a new lease of life.
For the looks of the KitSound Link Audio Adapter, it is a small black box that measures 119-millimeters wide and 27-millimeters high. It is compact enough to make it perch on top of your other devices, or you could place it on a desktop. The glossy black finish is indeed a fingerprint magnet, but you’re not going to touch it all the time so that can be forgivable. The design is enhanced further with a thick silver trim found around the top panel.
It uses Qualcomm’s AllPlay platform to do its magic. It will therefore work with any other compatible speaker or device. The app can be downloaded free of charge within Google Play or in Apple Store. It will allow you to stream music from a wide variety of online services, or use the music libraries from your PCs.
There is a flexible room functionality that will allow users to stream the same song to up to 10 rooms inside the house. Or, you can play different songs on different speakers. The Link will be in a 5GHz Wi-Fi connection that should be connected in the home network for it to work. It can also be used with compatible routers, and KitSound recommends this for playing high-resolution audio.
The KitSound Link is placed in an attractive price stand and it has the ability to turn old audio systems into a multi-room setup. The free app is an added bonus and allows for easier controls.