Global consumers can now access and enjoy improvements to the Amazon
Music app experience in multiple rooms via the DTS Play-Fi system
CALABASAS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
a global leader in high-definition audio solutions and a wholly owned
subsidiary of Xperi
Corporation (Nasdaq: XPER) ("Xperi"), is pleased to announce Amazon
Music support via DTS Play-Fi with added music search functionality and
further global expansion beyond the US, UK, Germany and Japan into
France, Italy and Spain. Amazon Music customers can now search by
station, playlist, album and song on their DTS Play-Fi devices.
Additionally, DTS Play-Fi users will be able to enjoy their "My Music"
libraries via the Amazon Music app across DTS Play-Fi wireless
multi-room music systems, regardless of brand. DTS Play-Fi support for
"My Music" is effective on the same date as the rollout of Amazon Music
via DTS Play-Fi. Availability in additional countries will continue
throughout 2017 and 2018.
"Amazon Music has quickly become one of the most listened to services
across our customer base," said Dannie Lau, general manager, DTS Play-Fi
at Xperi. "We are pleased to announce new DTS Play-Fi enhancements for
Amazon Music and expanded regional coverage. By building beyond our
previously available Prime Music and Amazon Music Unlimited support, we
seek to provide Amazon Music listeners everywhere with the best
multi-room entertainment experience possible."
DTS Play-Fi audio system owners can access Amazon Music Unlimited and
Prime Music via their DTS Play-Fi wireless multi-room music systems'
companion apps. By adding "My Music" browsing capabilities, customers
will be able to stream their personal playlists and recommendations on
the Amazon Music app. Amazon Music Unlimited, the full catalog on-demand
streaming service, provides access to tens of millions of songs and
thousands of hand curated playlists, and personalized stations in the
US, UK and Germany. Additionally, Prime members in the US, UK, Germany,
Austria and Japan have access to Prime Music at no additional cost to
As the most advanced connected audio platform on the market, DTS Play-Fi
technology provides listeners the freedom and flexibility to stream
their music wirelessly in lossless 24-bit/192kHz high resolution audio
from smartphones, tablets, laptops or desktop PCs over an existing home
Wi-Fi network to any number of speakers throughout the home for
multi-room and multi-zone music playback. The DTS Play-Fi platform
allows products from different brands and manufacturers to seamlessly
connect, giving consumers an optimized, whole-home listening experience
without the constraints of a single brand system. It also features
synchronization of streaming audio to video and support for wireless
The DTS Play-Fi ecosystem features the largest collection of products in
the whole-home wireless audio space, with dozens of interoperable
speakers, sound bars, set-top boxes, and receivers from the top names in
premium audio including Aerix, Anthem, Arcam, Autonomic, Definitive
Technology, DISH TV, Elite, Integra, Fusion Research, Klipsch,
MartinLogan, McIntosh, Onkyo, Paradigm, Phorus, Pioneer, Polk Audio,
Rotel, Sonus faber, Soundcast, SVS Sound, THIEL Audio and Wren Sound.
Additionally, DTS Play-Fi technology enables lossless multi-room
wireless audio streaming from the world's most popular music services
including Amazon Music, Deezer, iHeartRadio, Juke, KKBox, Napster,
Qobuz, QQ Music, Pandora, SiriusXM, Spotify and Tidal, thousands of
Internet radio stations, as well as personal music libraries on any
For more information about DTS, please visit www.dts.com
or connect with DTS on Facebook,
and Instagram (@DTS).
To learn more about Amazon Music, please visit www.amazon.com/amazonmusic.
About DTS, Inc.
Since 1993, DTS, a wholly owned subsidiary of Xperi Corporation, has
been dedicated to making the world sound better. Through its pioneering
audio solutions for mobile devices, home theater systems, cinema,
automotive and beyond, DTS provides incredibly high-quality, immersive
and engaging audio experiences to listeners everywhere. DTS technology
is integrated in more than two billion devices globally, and the world's
leading video and music streaming services are increasingly choosing DTS
to deliver premium sound to their listeners' network-connected devices.
For more information, please visit www.dts.com.
About Xperi Corporation
Xperi Corporation (Nasdaq: XPER) and its brands, DTS, FotoNation, HD
Radio, Invensas and Tessera, are dedicated to creating innovative
technology solutions that enable extraordinary experiences for people
around the world. Xperi's solutions are licensed by hundreds of leading
global partners and have shipped in billions of products in areas
including premium audio, automotive, broadcast, computational imaging,
computer vision, mobile computing and communications, memory, data
storage, and 3D semiconductor interconnect and packaging. For more
information, please call 408-321-6000 or visit www.xperi.com.
DTS, Xperi and their respective logos are trademarks or registered
trademarks of affiliated companies of Xperi Corporation in the United
States and other countries. All other company, brand and product names
may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
About Amazon Music
Amazon Music is the destination for customers to have the most choice in
how to access and listen to all their favorite music. In addition to
streaming with Amazon Music Unlimited (standalone, on-demand music
streaming service) and Amazon Prime Music (included in Prime
memberships), Amazon Music offers a wide selection of CD and Vinyl,
including AutoRip on more than a hundred thousand albums, and tens of
millions of MP3 songs to purchase and own. For more information on
Amazon Music visit www.amazon.com/amazonmusic.
SOURCE: XPERI CORPORATION
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