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Electrify Your Digital Music

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Mitch Irsfeld

November 1, 2005

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An innovative product called the MicroLink dLAN Audio system streams music from your PC throughout your house using the building's electrical system.

To use it, you plug a MicroLink dLAN Ethernet adapter to a PC on one end, and any wall socket in the house on the other. Then, anywhere in the house where you have some kind of speaker system, plug a stereo or even standalone speakers into any nearby wall outlet using the included gadget.

You can even extend music throughout the house by simply adding additional adaptors.

MicroLink dLAN Audio isn't new or technologically all that bleeding edge. But it's cool and useful. The big question is: Can you buy one that supports American electrical sockets in the U.S.? If YOU know, let ME know: [email protected]

(via The Red Ferret Journal)

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