|A Zeppelin Air wall, 8 Zeppelin units playing the same Airplay source at the same time. Hearing this at the 2012 ISE show was amazing, PA like sound stage with crisp B&W quality|
Gets a proper wireless network running. Get a specialist to install one if you do not have one yet. To ensure streaming without frustration this is the most important step
Get Airplay Enabled devices. Most popular at this will are the Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin Air, which has build in Wi-Fi as well as a hard network link. The Zeppelin Air can also be mounted against a wall to save space. New Denon and Marantz Home Theatre Receivers will support Airplay, but needs to be hard wired to your router to be able to receive streaming from you Airplay source.
Make sure you have I-Tunes 10 or above on your Mac or Windows laptop. Also ensure that you have correctly setup your network and that both laptop and Airplay devices falls under the same wireless network and IP range. (If you do not know how to do this, call your local IT specialist).
Open I-Tunes, you will find an Airplay button on the bottom right hand side.
It will give a pop-up menu. Click on Multiple Speakers
It will give you a list of Airplay enabled speakers or devices on your network. From here you will be able to click on each individual device to enable streaming. You can also independently manage the volume for each device.
So there you go, a great sounding multiroom project which you will be able to setup in most existing homes.