Polk Omni S6 wireless speaker review : Play-Fi hardware is still hobbled by Play-Fi software

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As long as it’s been since we last looked at a DTS Play-Fi speaker, one thing hasn’t changed: The Play-Fi app still sucks. And that’s too bad, because Polk’s Omni S6 wireles speaker delivers good sound and a strong set of features at an attractive price.

The Omni S6 is part of Polk’s Omni wireless multi-room system, which includes the battery-powered, indoor/outdoor Omni S2R speaker we reviewed earlier, the Omni A1 digital amplifier, the Omni SB1 sound bar and subwoofer, and the Omni P2 wireless adapter that you can connect to your existing A/V receiver. Being Play-Fi components, they can be used together or in combination with any other wireless component in the DTS Play-Fi ecosystem.

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