Argon iNet3+v2 available now

The brand new Argon iNet3+v2 radio have just arrived in our warehouse, and is on the way to shops.
The new v2 edition uses the same platform as the iNet2+, which means that it’s thereby the second Spotify Connect compatible product in our lineup.
On top of Spotify Connect, you get Internet radio, DLNA streaming, and regular DAB+ and FM radio reception.

The iNet3+v2 comes with a IR remote control in the box, but can also be operated from the Argon Audio app, available both for iOS and Android 

The iNet3+v2 comes in Cherry and Walnut wood finishes as well as Black and White matt finishes.ARGINET3V2PCH_1

Argon iNet2+ reviewed by Audiophile.no

Renown high-end audio website Audiophile.no just posted their review of the Argon iNet2+.
The final paragraph sums it up very well:

“INet2 + has so unexpected good sound on top of a well of features, it’s hard to believe that you get a better- or even equally good buy at this price. And you should have significantly better sound you may need to double the efforts!”

You can read the full review at Audiophile.no

Spotify Connect support for iNet2+

Today we started rolling out the new firmware release for iNet2+, version number 2.6.11.
This new firmware enables Spotify Connect support for iOS and Android devices.
Your radio will check for new firmware on periodically, as well as during initial setup, and prompt you if a new version is available.
To manually initiate an update go to System Settings -> Software update -> Check now.

Argon Audio iNet 2 – with Spotify

Coming soon – Argon Audio iNet 2 – first radio with Spotify Connect

Spotify Connect: the new way to play at home

Today, in collaboration with the leaders in home audio, Spotify launches Spotify Connect – a new home audio experience giving you effortless control of your music across your phone, tablet and speakers with millions of songs built right in. Simple, seamless and hassle-free.

Bring your music home. You’ve just walked through the door, listening to your favourite playlist on your phone. With Spotify Connect, simply hit play on your living room speakers and the music instantly fires up, right where you left off – making sure you never miss a beat.

Then pick up your tablet to keep controlling the music from your sofa, or seamlessly switch the sound to your iPod Touch in the kitchen’s docking station.

None of the hassle. Thanks to Spotify Connect, you won’t need to rely on unstable connections to stream music between your devices. No longer will incoming phone calls, loss of signal range, or watching a video spoil the party.

Unlike other wireless music solutions, using Spotify Connect won’t drain your battery. Plus you can continue to use your phone or tablet to call friends or start playing your favourite game without missing a beat.

Choose your home speaker system. Spotify Connect will be available on a wide range of speakers and home audio systems from music hardware specialists including Argon Audio, Bang & Olufsen, Denon, Marantz, Philips, Pioneer, Revo, Teufel and Yamaha, with further brands coming soon. Look out for the Spotify Connect logo on compatible systems.

“Today, listening to music at home can be a frustrating experience – dropouts, below-par audio quality, signal range and phone restrictions, battery drainage, it’s basically a hassle,” says Sten Garmark, VP Product Management at Spotify. “Spotify Connect solves this by giving you effortless control of your music across your phone, tablet and now speakers with millions of songs built right in.”

Spotify Connect will roll out to Spotify Premium subscribers on iPhone, iPad and home audio systems over the coming months, with Android and desktop updates to follow.