Triangle is set to the launch AIO 3 streaming speaker and AIO C, a streaming device to attach to your amplifier or TV.
French hi-fi brand, Triangle, has announced their AIO 3. The AIO 3 is a lovely looking speaker that comes with an equally beautiful list of up to the minute features. The wooden cabinet features anti-vibration reinforcement, and the entire speaker is wrapped in a high-End finish using Scandinavian fabrics from Gabriel as well as brushed aluminium.
Triangle AIO 3 streaming speaker
You can stream music to the speaker wirelessly using aptX Bluetooth, AirPlay, wi-fi or UPnP. Additionally, you are able to access internet radio and Spotify Connect.
Also, the AIO 3 boasts physical inputs, including a USB port that both charges as well as plays from mobile devices, an optical input, and a 3.5mm analogue input. There’s also an ethernet port to go alongside the built-in wi-fi.
The optical input lends itself t the AIO 3 being used as a TV soundbar if you so desire.
Output is rated at 2×45 Watts from the 196 x 360 x 150 mm speaker. The AIO 3 weighs in at 5.1 kg.
Audio file support is extensive, including high-res 24-bit/192kHz FLAC, WAV, APE, ALAC, AAC & MP3 files.
Control of the AIO 3 comes by way of a new app for iOS and Android devices developed by LinkPlay. Through the app you can control all aspects of the AIO 3, including accessing thousands of internet radio stations, selecting a streaming service and setting alarms.
The app also offers Deezer, Spotify, Qobuz and Tidal streaming services.
Triangle AIO C
Along with the AIO 3, Triangle is also announcing its AIO C.
The AIO C is a kind of streamer that allows you to hook up your TV or amplifier and play music using the AIO 3. Moreover, the AIO C enables you to breathe life back into your old system and enjoy their music through the Triangle App.
Price and availability
The Triangle AIO C can be pre-ordered for £159 and the AIO 3 for £599.
Both are available from Elite Audio.