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Share Your Tunes Wirelessly With Sony NAS-C5 WiFi Speaker

The DLNA stands for Digital Living Network Alliance, and the aim of this cross-industry collaboration is to bring all sorts of consumer electronics together, sharing multimedia through both wired and wireless networks. We prefer the latter over the former, so that’s why a device like this Sony speaker sounds so interesting.

The Sony NAS-C5 speaker is powered by DNLA, letting you share all sorts of different tunes through its WiFi-enabled radio and powerful speakers. The wireless network audio system sports a tiny display on the front to help you navigate through your networks and snatch songs at will.

From what we gather, it should be perfectly compatible with a wide range of audio files, including MP3, WMA, and ATRAC. And it has that whole retro chic thing going on too.

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