Mini home stereo that supports satellite speakers

Hello EE folks,

I thought this would be an easy find but after looking at more than fifteen systems, I am wondering if such a stereo exists.

I want to have the ability to play music in multiple rooms. We live in a small condo where BT range isn’t a problem.

Ideally, it should cost under $350.

Wattage and other features are mostly unimportant (except allow for BT source audio and an analog connection is nice to have). It should also look fairly plain looking, as opposed to some that are overly stylized with giant lights and exaggerated features. LOL

Thank you. :)
S ConnellyTechnical WriterAsked:
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EirmanChief Operations ManagerCommented:
The first two items on this page might do, but they somewhat exceed your budget.

(what's BT ?)
Kirk saintSoftware Designer(Trainee)Commented:
have a look at the Bose range . If you google Blue tooth Speakers you should get the results you need. But you are going to have to spend a lot more if you want quality.
S ConnellyTechnical WriterAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the comments.

Sorry for the confusion. What I'm looking for is a micro home stereo like:

BT = Bluetooth :)
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Kirk saintSoftware Designer(Trainee)Commented:
ok your in the US. got limited option in Australia but Sony is a good product. Don't know if Sony has Blue tooth speakers but there 7.2 surround sound system is awesome
Leif StaffCommented:
This is what i would suggest:

so just buy the speaker you want and you can make it bluetooth capable with that device.

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S ConnellyTechnical WriterAuthor Commented:
I now realize that perhaps this was an ill conceived idea. I just wanted to find a stereo that would expensively allow for satellite speakers in one or two rooms in my small condo.

Thanks for the Logitech device... it might be able to do what I require.

Thanks to everyone else for your input. :)
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