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AUPEO! on your Morpheus music centre from Sonneteer

Today we want to announce a new collaboration with Sonneteer´s latest device, Morpheus.

Since 2008, AUPEO! has been available on Reciva-powered Internet Radio receivers and networked devices (Visit our hardware page for an updated list of all the devices that support AUPEO! and register yours now!)

The Morpheus music center from Sonneteer brings together the quality and convenience of modern technology and the ethos of traditional high-end audio all in one beautifully crafted piece of equipment; a feast for both eyes and ears.

What it does: Music has now found its home on computer hard drives, personal digital music players (mp3 or iPod), memory sticks, mobile telephones and the internet. The Morpheus brings it all into the living room and plays it back with all the musical quality for which Sonneteerproducts are renowned. Top that off with 16000+ internet radio stations and 23000+ on-demand programs and the Morpheus truly has and does it all.

The Morpheus features an internal Sonneteer and a 100 watt amplifier, so all you need to make music in your living room is a Morpheus and a pair of loudspeakers.

About Sonneteer: Since 1994, Sonneteer have epitomised the best in high quality, high technology hi-fi. Their in-house design and development team have attracted global praise for their products recently including 4 technology awards from Japan – the hotbed of high-tech. Sonneteer are also known for pioneering the adoption of new technologies into the luxury audio market. The Bronte digital amplifier in 1999 and the Bard audio wireless solutions in the early 2000s, to name but two examples, blazed the trails that many would follow.

AUPEO! Basic is free for all Morpheus owners allowing every user to become the director of their own musical program. You can rate a track (love or ban) while listening  to build your musical profile, listen to music that perfectly suits how you’re feeling with the AUPEO! Mood Station or simply listen to the station of your favorite artist and let us recommend similar ones to you.

You can also subscribe to AUPEO! Premium and have all the features described above plus much more: higher stream quality, access to ourmore than 80 AUPEO! Stations and other advantages that are sure to enhance your listening experience.

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