WA-225W

Wi-Fi stereo amplifier WA-225W

Wi-Fi stereo amplifier WA-225W

Multiroom audio system which allows several amplifiers to be controlled and different music programs to be played.
Playback via Wi-Fi or ethernet, USB and aux input.
The App to control from smartphones and tablets is available in the playstore and appstore: MUZO.
Audio playback is streamed, which allows the audio to be sent from a great number of sources.
Primarily audio can be sent  from the MUZO App, which also allows several amplifiers to be controlled.
The audio can be from the files stored in the telephone or from internet services, such as Spotify, internet radio, etc.
Additionally, it can be streamed using other Apps or smartphones or even from a PC, provided that they are on the same network.
Great reliability and sound quality. Compact design for installation. Class D highly efficient amplification circuit.

WA-225W
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12 thoughts on “Wi-Fi stereo amplifier WA-225W

  1. You are mentioning spotify in the description. Does the WA-225W also support „spotify connect“?

  2. Hi
    Does this amp automatically go in to standby and then swith on when music is played? Also it uses the muzo app will it work along side the cobblestone will the music play in sync?

    Thanks

    1. This device hasn’t got a standby mode. The device will stop playing when music stops, and when the amplifier receives music again, it will continue playing.

      Regarding your second question, we haven’t made a specific Cobblestone test instead we have tested with different type of FONESTAR Wi-Fi speakers/amplifiers and they can work together. Based on the functionality of this app, we think Cobblestone could work as any other Wi-Fi speaker.

      If you have any further questions do not hesitate to contact us.

      Regards,

  3. Dear Sirs,

    Can the Wi-Fi stereo amplifier (WA-225W) effectively replace a Sonos Amp connected to a pair of ceiling speaker?

    If three of these amps are installed in once house – will the same music played across the entire house be in sync i.e. is there an everywhere/party mode?

    What is the maximum number of speakers that can be connected to each WiFi amplifier?

    Kind regards,

    1. Please, see our reply below between *:

      Can the Wi-Fi stereo amplifier (WA-225W) effectively replace a Sonos Amp connected to a pair of ceiling speaker?

      ***You can connect WA-225W to a pair of 20 W RMS, 4 Ohm speakers.***

      If three of these amps are installed in once house – will the same music played across the entire house be in sync i.e. is there an everywhere/party mode?

      ***WA-225W works with Muzo app, and it have Multiroom/Party mode function (you can play the same music on every WA-225W connected to the same network) or you can play different music on each WA-225W.***

      What is the maximum number of speakers that can be connected to each WiFi amplifier?

      ***It depends on the power and impedance of the speakers, we recommend to connect 4 speakers, as much. For example: 4 x 10 W RMS, 8 Ohm speakers, with parallel connection to L and R channels.***

      If you have any other query, please do not hesitate to contact us again.

    1. Hi,
      we are sorry to inform you that it is no possible to update the firmware of this device.
      However, for having TuneIn, we recommend you to use other apps that do have it available:

      https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wifiaudio.AudioCast&hl=es_419

      https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wifiaudio.AudioPro&hl=es_419

      https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wifiaudio.GGMM

      If you have any further question please do not hesitate to contact us.
      Kind regards

  4. Hello,
    I just bought it, it plays good at low volume and instalations is very easy. Fow higher volumes, it would need some equalizer to tune up sound.

    BUT I have one serious trouble: if I don’t play any music, it generates noise (guiet, but still it disturb a lot).
    Is there any solution for that? (you wrote above, that there is no stand by, which could solve if it it put itself in stand by in 1 minute without any input)

    1. Please give us more information:

      – What input or mode are you using when this noise appear?
      – Please, check that there are no power lines nearby that could induce noise into the speaker cables or directly into the WA-225W.

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