Sometimes in the world of consumer technology it’s much better to defer to the big players rather than attempt to do something yourself, and nowhere is this more true than in the world of multi-room speakers.
We’ve lost count of the amount of times we’ve struggled to use an audio company’s own app to control the music. Most are terrible, and we’d far prefer to make use of existing standards such as Google’s ‘Cast’ technology, Apple’s AirPlay, and good old-fashioned Bluetooth.
Enter B&O’s new Beoplay M3. It’s the company’s most affordable multi-room speaker yet at $299 (£279 / around AU$390), and it supports all the major third-party multi-room standards in addition to B&O’s own multi-room app.
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