Andrew,

 Not sure really what type of thing your looking for but the 
UE speakers are able to be paired in to stereo sets and are blue tooth and 
portable with a great sound quality,

 Using them from an iPhone or other apple device is ery easy as it's your own 
music tools such as apple music etc.

 Reasonably cheap devices and the boom 2 and mega boom are great sounds for the 
product they are.

 If you want something a bit more up market then look at the sonos play 1 
devices a bit pricier or at least they are here in NZ but wifi and very very 
easy to setup on an IOS device such as your phone or iPad etc.

Good luck and hope you find something 

-----Original Message-----
From: macvisionaries@googlegroups.com [mailto:macvisionaries@googlegroups.com] 
On Behalf Of Andrew Lamanche
Sent: Wednesday, 30 November 2016 10:29 AM
To: macvisionaries@googlegroups.com
Subject: Stereo speaker setup for a kitchen accessible with Voiceover

Listers,

I have a request.  Many of you are audio buffs.  What would you advise to use 
to set up in an accessible way for a kitchen system, not terribly expensive, 
two speakers so that I can airplay to them and control them with Voiceover from 
an ipad or iphone?  I'd obviously like as good a quality but can't spend an 
awful lot either.  Any tips/suggestions?

Andrew

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