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SoundCast introduces OutCast 3.4 wireless speaker system

When it comes to speakers and other sound systems, it is always more handy when they are capable of sourcing music wirelessly, provided the connection doesn’t have any faults. Today we have news of a new outdoor wireless speaker from SoundCast Systems called the OutCast 3.4 sound system.

It is a powerful multi-source multi-room system capable of supporting up to three separate sources for wirelessly streaming music. It is apparently so powerful you are able to hear it through four sections of a home.

The supported devices can be connected from up to 350ft away even with obstacles in the way such as floors, walls, ceilings and doors. As it is waterproof you can use is outdoors as well as indoors and its sound is project in four directions so no matter where you are in the room you will receive the same sound quality.

The features include a 10-20 hours of battery life, a zone 2 output, PC or Mac compatibility, iCast transmitter for MP3 or iPod connectivity, a backlit top control panel, a 100W digital amplifier and 8” subwoofer. If you’re interested in getting the OutCast it is listed on their website as $999.99.

Check out the link above for full details on the system. What do you think of this new system from SoundCast Systems?

Written by Chris Cook

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