Polk Audio Omni A1 Wireless Amplifier w/ Wi-Fi

MX55977 Omni A1 Wireless Amplifier w/ Wi-Fi
MX55977 Omni A1 Wireless Amplifier w/ Wi-Fi MX55977 Omni A1 Wireless Amplifier w/ Wi-Fi MX55977 Omni A1 Wireless Amplifier w/ Wi-Fi

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Worth the money for th esale price of $280.

Submitted on Tuesday, July 04, 2017
By Kyle
From Edmonton

Strengths of the product

- Good power driving Klipsch Reference bookshelf speakers. - Works great once set up and updated.

Weaknesses of the product

- Clunky set up and updating - Sound can drop out if not using the full version of Play-Fi, witch costs $15USD. No drops and better sound with full version as well though.

Additional Comments

Works great once set up and updated. The App is easy to use an does work, but seems to work better with the full $15USD version, witch is also needed to run more than one Play-Fi device at a time. No drops and better sound with full version as well though. I Purchased an Omni S2R at the same time while on sale is how I figured this out.

Frustrating

Submitted on Thursday, May 11, 2017
By John H.
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

Compact design, decent amplifier.

Weaknesses of the product

Frustrating App. Does not set up it's own wireless network. No built-in wired ethernet connection.

Additional Comments

Polk says that the app will be updated constantly. I've not seen an update of any real significance. Re-skinned PlayFi app. Using the app is frustrating. Each time you access it, it scans and takes a long time to scan and link to the devices. When the app is accessed it will change the source right away (for example: If you were using the input from your TV then open the app it switches to the network/phone). Changing sources is a separate app that is a hit and miss if it wants to connect.
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