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Home Entertainment Systems Art.Opera & Art.Engine: Hear, Hear!

Posted: Aug. 26th, 2009  |  By James Rothaar Freelance Writer |
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Luxury Electronics: The Art.Engine and Art.Opera audio systems from the David Wiener Collection really are the Ferrari of audio systems. With the first edition of the audio system being called the Ferrari Art.Engine, it is a proclamation with merit, as Ferrari only lends its name to products that utilize the same standard of excellence. Only 1,000 Ferrari Art.Engine towers were originally produced.

The latest Art.Engine and Art.Opera are dynamic towers of power with even more features than the original Ferrari Art.Engine. The units with the big sound are 47 inches tall, 16 inches wide, and six inches deep. With either audio system, it is like getting two products in one, as the Art.Engine and the Art.Opera each have the Art.Suono built into it. The Art.Suono is a wireless music transmission system that enables users to play music from a docked iPod®, an MP3 player, a computer, or a CD player wirelessly to any stereo or powered-speaker system.

The Art.Solista, another technologically innovative product from the David Wiener Collection, transforms a computer into a home-entertainment system with superior audio capabilities fit for the most discerning audiophiles. The sound-enhancing system enables users to play audio from a computer wirelessly to any stereo or speaker system by plugging into the USB port of a computer. It puts the oomph into compressed music files, improving the sound quality of videos, games, programs, and audio books. Additionally, it is mobile and can be hooked up to a computer in a less than a minute.

David Wiener's mission is to create products that will sustain a lifetime of usage. All DWC items are built with four tenets in mind: technology, performance, craftsmanship, and performance. It sounds pretty darn good, doesn't it?

Tune in with a visit to DWCcollection.com.

For JustLuxe James Rothaar
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