Pioneer Music Tap Systems Gives Full Access to iTunes Libraries

By: Matt Ho - Published: Sep 13, 2011 • References: pioneerelectronics & engadget
The fact is, CDs are unfortunately a dying breed, so for those who have made the full conversion to MP3 files, check out the Pioneer Music Tap Systems.

The Pioneer Music Tap Systems is a stereo system that doesn't have a cassette or a CD player. Instead, this boombox is designed to stream music for the iTunes library. All that needs to be done is to connect these bad boys to a Wi-Fi or ethernet network, and all files on the computer can now be accessed for music listening. The stereo also includes a 2.5-inch colored LCD display, Pandora, iHeartRadio and vTuner Internet radio. Of course, there's also a dock provided for the iPod should it need to be charged.

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