Libratone, a brand known in Europe for its high-end sound systems, makes its U.S. debut with the launch of two AirPlay-enabled options: the Libratone Live and Libratone Lounge. 

Apple’s AirPlay allows users to stream songs from their iTunes music libraries on a Mac or PC, as well as music stored on their iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, through their Wi-Fi networks. The Libratone Lounge system is designed to make every corner of the room the ideal spot for sound while the Libratone Live allows for versatility due to its smaller size, says Soeren Louis Pedersen, chief sales officer of Libratone.

“Another attractive feature is the gorgeous design of both systems, which is heightened with quality hand-picked materials including Italian cashmere, chrome, wood and selected acoustic materials,” he adds. “Libratone Live and Lounge allow you to experience big sound with minimalistic design without clumsy, clunky speakers. One is all you need.
Liberation is a reoccurring theme for Libratone as they encourage a life without cables, without clutter and most importantly surrounded by great sound. Users can enhance the Libratone experience with the Libratone App, which allows for the customization of the FullRoom feature, enabling you adjust sound to fit any room. 
The Libratone speakers are now available in a variety of colors to compliment your spaces. The Libratone Lounge, designed for living room spaces, is available in Slate Grey, Blueberry Black and Vanilla Beige as standard at a cost of US$1,299 and as red and green cashmere in its premium offering at a cost of $1,399.

The more petite Libratone Live is available in grey, black and beige as standard at a cost of $699 and as premium in red and green cashmere at a cost of $799. The stylish Live also offers a chrome handle for easy portability. Libratone Lounge and Live are available at in US. For a full list of other retailers visit