WiiM’s low-cost, high-resolution wireless audio streamer turns any speaker into a Sonos

Wireless speakers from brands like Sonos, Apple and others make it incredibly easy to stream music over Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and other protocols. But if you have an existing hi-fi system that uses wired speakers, it can be an expensive upgrade to make wireless music magic happen, with many dedicated streaming components costing $1,000 and up.

Vinyl LPs and compact discs remain viable media formats, but the best music streaming services can match them in quality, with Tidal, Amazon Music Unlimited, Apple Music, and Qobuz offering high-resolution audio along with lossless CD-quality offerings. Any music lover would understandably want to add that capability to their system, and with the new WiiM Pro music streamer they can now do so at a very affordable price of $149 (about £122 / AU$225).

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