AirPlay 2, DLNA and Chromecast
The WiiM Pro supports the Apple AirPlay2 wireless transmission protocol, allowing you to not only easily stream your music from an Apple device, but also stream your music to multiple audio devices at once. It also supports the DLNA protocol and integrates a Chromecast, allowing a wireless distribution of its music from the vast majority of connected devices.
Burr Brown PCM5121 DAC
The digital/analog conversion stage of the WiiM Pro uses a PCM5121 DAC chip from Burr Brown. This one supports high resolution streams up to PCM 32bit 384kHz and offers very good sound performances with notably a SNR measured at 106dB.
The WiiM Pro’s built-in multiroom feature allows you to stream your music throughout your home in 3 different modes. If you are using an Apple product, you can use Airplay 2 to set up your multiroom system. If you are using an Amazon product, you can use AVS Multiroom technology. Finally, WiiM also provides an application to easily control your multiroom installation from your smartphone.
Works with your voice assistant
The WiiM Pro is compatible with Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri and Google Voice. This means you can easily control your network player via your voice assistant. Voice control can be done from your smartphone or from a HomePod, Amazon Echo or Google Home device
Multiple audio sources
The WiiM Pro is compatible with many streaming services and web radios, such as Spotify, Tidal, Qobuz, Deezer, Amazon Music and TuneIn. You can enjoy your favorite music services and stream them wirelessly to your audio system. And if you want to connect other audio devices to your WiiM Pro, it has a stereo RCA input and a Toslink optical input.
With gapless playback, your listening experience is enhanced. The WiiM Pro uses two decoders to remove the gaps between the tracks at the beginning and end of each song and then combine them.