Dynaudio today announced the North American release of Dynaudio Music, a wireless all-in-one music system with multiroom capability that adapts both sound and music selection to the user’s tastes. With a so-called Music Now algorithm, the Dynaudio Music system automatically generates personalized playlists and makes them available on-the-fly. Using digital signal processing (DSP), the Dynaudio Music systems sense speaker placement and noise within a room and optimizes performance to deliver the best sound possible.
Dynaudio Music intelligent wireless speakers are available in four models, each of which offers five presets that can be tied to any media accessible via the Dynaudio app: smart Music Now playlists (from multiple user profiles), internet radio stations, albums, artists and more. The app can also access content from a user’s network or directly from Tidal.
Through the free Dynaudio app — available for iOS and Android devices — the Music Now algorithm learns the musical tastes of up to five users. By simply pressing a button on the speaker, a user can launch a custom playlist and enjoy the convenience of a personal deejay without the distracting chatter.
All four speakers in the Dynaudio Music family are active, meaning each driver has a dedicated high-performance class-D amplifier specifically tuned to match it. In addition, all four models use Dynaudio’s proprietary MSP cone material — incorporated in every product including the Evidence series — in their woofers and midrange drivers. Their soft-dome tweeters likewise are based on Dynaudio’s high-end speakers.
Different models are equipped with slightly different features to help them fit various lifestyles and situations:
- Music 1 is battery- and mains-powered. Its total power is 80 watts (each driver has its own 40-watt amplifier) and its battery lasts up to eight hours. It has one 4-inch woofer and a 1-inch soft-dome tweeter. List price is $549.
- Music 3 is battery- and mains-powered. Its total power is 120 watts (each driver has its own 40-watt amplifier), and its battery lasts up to eight hours. It has one 5-inch woofer and two 1-inch soft-dome tweeters and it comes with a remote control. List price is $699.
- Music 5 is mains-powered. It delivers a total of 250 watts (each driver has its own 50-watt amplifier), and it has one 5-inch woofer, two 3-inch mid-range drivers and two 1-inch soft-dome tweeters. The unit comes with a remote control. List price is $849.
- Music 7 is mains-powered and its total power is 300 watts (each driver has its own 50-watt amplifier). It has two 5-inch woofers, two 3-inch midrange drivers and two 1-inch soft-dome tweeters and it comes with a remote control. List price is $1,099.
All the speakers in the Dynaudio Music family can stream via Wi-Fi, aptX Bluetooth, and Apple AirPlay (they’re also AirPlay 2-ready) and can access DLNA devices on users’ home networks. They all have USB inputs for iOS audio and charging iOS devices and can accept 3.5mm analog inputs. The Music 5 and Music 7 units add digital optical inputs to the mix (both support signals up to 24-bit/96kHz), with the Music 7 including an HDMI connector for Audio Return Channel, enabling the models to be employed as a soundbar. Up to six Dynaudio Music speakers can be connected at a time and either arranged into stereo pairs, multi-room groups or controlled individually from the Dynaudio app.
All the specs are here.