Enjoy Deezer wirelessly with DTS Play-Fi™

Posted by | September 27, 2013 | arch-Uncategorized, arch-WHAT'S NEW

We know you want to listen to your music anywhere, without being limited by wires. So today we are excited to announce that Deezer is available on the DTS Play-Fi™ app for Android. Now you can experience lossless, whole-home audio over a standard Wi-Fi network by streaming your favourite music from your Android device to Play-Fi enabled products.

“We see Play-Fi as a global technology and this partnership with Deezer, the preeminent music service in over 180 countries, solidifies the technology’s position as a leading wireless solution worldwide. Play-Fi is at the heart of a growing ecosystem of whole-home audio products that consumers are using to enjoy music from all of their personal devices.  Our goal is to give them the broadest range of music choices, and Deezer is a tremendous addition to the platform.” – Brian Towne, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, DTS.

“This partnership is a really exciting step, not just for us, but for the millions of music fans who want access to their favourite tracks and playlists anywhere in the house. By integrating with Play-Fi technology, music lovers the world over will get the high quality audio they expect from DTS, complete with the full Deezer experience – 25 million tracks, over 500,000 radio channels and, of course, handpicked recommendations from our team of editors all over the world. ” Clément Cézard, Deezer’s Chief Business Development Officer.

Download the DTS Play-Fi™ app and enjoy your favourite music on Deezer in clear, compelling high-definition audio.

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