Introducing Como Audio

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A stylish multi-room audio system that brings your favorite tunes to any area of your home.

Based in Boston, Massachusetts, Como Audio was founded by Tom DeVesto, a leading figure in the audio industry. The company aims to provide high-quality, beautifully designed, and long lasting audio products that combine high performance with function and convenience. Apart from all of these features, Como Audio audio products also provide an easy way to create a wireless, multi-room music system. Playing favorite songs throughout an entire home, from the living room to the kitchen and the bedroom. And the brand’s latest package bundle makes this easier than ever before. Featuring three components that work together in complete harmony, the system features the Musica audio device with an integrated CD player and two Solo one-touch smart music players that boast Digital Signal Processors with digital amplifiers to ensure a superior sound experience.

Expertly crafted, all three units are designed to allow the user to play music in an easy and fun way. “We wanted to make it attractive for our customers to be able to listen to all music content throughout the house in a hi-fidelity multi-room package that allows access simply with the press of a button and without the need for an app,” says Tom DeVesto, Como Audio Designer and CEO. “Our intent was to put all of your favorite music sources at your fingertips, including that CD collection you have acquired in a 3-product system, making it a most enjoyable and easy, whole house-filling listening experience,” he adds.

The Musica multi-room device has a single slot CD player and stereo sound. By pressing just one button, the user can access any music source that matters. Yes, that includes everything from Spotify and Tidal to Internet radio, Amazon Music, Deezer, Napster, and FM Radio. The Bluetooth feature with aptX also makes connecting to a smartphone a breeze. Musica features AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) for superior sound quality as well as NFC for pairing other devices. Eight independent presets provide a convenient way to store favorites.

Solo features a digital amplifier, 2.8” color display that shows both song meta data and available album art, as well as six presets for preferred music sources. Apart from the four-layer voice coil, Solo also comes with a 3″ woofer and 60-watt RMS amplifier with 3/4″ tweeter. Internet Radio offers access to over 20,000 stations, so you’ll never run out of options. Other features include Bluetooth with aptX, NFC, DLNA, DAB/DAB+ (EU/UK only), three high-res inputs, and an optical input to link your TV’s audio to Solo. Of course, the system is also Google Cast/Amazon Dot-ready.

Both Solo and Musica can connect to either Amazon Voice Assistant or Google Chromecast via Bluetooth or cable. Paired in a multi-room system, the units provide hi-fi quality and unlimited music listening options at the touch of one button. Not to mention their stylish design that looks good anywhere. All three units can stream music wirelessly from a smartphone or a computer. A remote-control unit and a free iOS and Android “Como Control” app are also included.

This three-unit bundle in Walnut costs $999, offering savings of $200. The high-fidelity music systems are also available separately, in Walnut, Hickory, Piano Black, and Piano White finishes. Depending on the finish, Solo sells for $299-$349 while Musica sells for $599-$649. Finally, Como Audio complements the 2-year warranty and free ground shipping with lifetime technical support. A move that will certainly be music to customers’ ears. Photographs© Como Audio.

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