Connect and play
You can enjoy a wireless life regardless if you prefer streaming
from your computer or your portable devices. Libratone Live
AirPlays from most iOS devices, as well as from iTunes on both Mac
and PC. And though we're all about wirelessness, you can also go
wired either analog or digital, connecting for instance with your
TV via minijack.
You can even set up a multi-room system using multiple Libratone
speakers to fill your entire house with high-end sound.
All you need to do is get yourself a couple of extra Libratone
units, activate them using iTunes on Mac or PC and press play.
iPad, iPhone and iPod touch
Libratone employs Apple's AirPlay technology. This means that
you can stream quality audio wirelessly to your Libratone Live. As
long as your audio device is AirPlay compatible, you're good to go.
Simply choose Libratone as your AirPlay-speaker and press play.
Libratone Live AirPlays from all iPads, iPhone 3GS or newer,
iPod touch and iTunes.
MULTI ROOM - COMPUTER WITH ITUNES
You can set up a multi-room system by 1) investing in more than
one Libratone product, 2) placing them wherever you feel like and
3) activating them via iTunes on your computer. From here, you can
adjust the volume and turn speakers on and off. The units play
Up to six speakers can play at the same time, depending on your
WiFi signal strength, range and bandwith.
You can make your TV a source of high-end audio by hooking it up
to Libratone Live using 3.5-mm minijack or an optical cable. If you
connect with the optical cable, you use the free Libratone app to
Before connecting, just remember: In our world wireless always
trumps wires, so if you use both AirPlay and a cable connection,
Libratone Live will automatically choose the AirPlay input.
APPLE TV - WIRELESS AUDIO AND VIDEO
You can use Libratone Live as an essential part of a larger
audio/video eco-system. With Apple TV you can stream both HD video
and high quality sound to your TV and use Libratone Live to set the
audio free. Home entertainment doesn't get any smoother than
WIRED - ANALOG OR OPTICAL
Don't worry, though we prefer wireless, we don't discriminate.
So if you have an iPod Classic, a cell phone or another device
without AirPlay compatibility, you can still hook up the ol'
fashioned way. Just connect with minijack or optical cable to let
the sound run free.