FSW40W

Network music system in premium workmanship with active wireless speakers, WiFi, 4 ultra-HD-capable HDMI inputs, Bluetooth, high-resolution-capable streaming, AirPlay, Chromecast built-in and FireConnect™ multi-room.



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With iPod and iPhone Direct Control, you can manage your i-device directly from your car dashboard and enjoy superior sound.



A PREMIUM DESIGN AND LARGE MEDIA SELECTION – NOW FLEXIBLE FOR EXPANSION, WITHOUT BOTHERSOME CABLES!
 
With the FS-W40, you bring high-end music and movie sound rendering to your living room along with a sophisticated design. The slim receiver with aluminium cover plate and the two wireless speakers permit countless setup versions: a speaker can be installed wherever a power cord reaches. With the additional FS-S40 speakers and the FS-SW40 subwoofers that are available separately, you can gradually expand the system for full-fledged wireless surround sound. Nothing extra is required for your music either: with its integrated high-performance dual-band WiFi, the FS-W40 receiver offers straightforward access to all relevant streaming services, music collections on local hard drives and a whole universe of Internet radio stations. Thanks to Bluetooth, AirPlay and Chromecast built-in, any tablet or smartphone and every music app running on them is guaranteed an optimum connection to the system. Access to all your music was never simpler than with the FS-W40: no matter where or how you find and manage your music – with this system, your listening pleasure is never more than one or two taps of your finger away.
 
Thanks to FireConnect™ you can even distribute your favourite songs throughout the house: build a multi-room network with FireConnect™ devices from Pioneer or other manufacturers and use connected sources wherever you may be – or synchronised in multiple rooms. Television sound is supported as well since the FS-W40 is equipped with a full-fledged HDMI connector panel that not only transmits ultra-HD image signals to your TV but conversely also feeds its sound to the system via the audio return channel.