CES 2010 - Introducing the Cignias NAO Symphony Music System

By David Boyd on 10 Jan 2010 10:21 am EST
Cignias NAO Symphony

Cignias is a relatively new company in the sound system business, but they have made an outsanding product. The NAO Symphony is a small music system that allows users to stream music wirelessly via Wi-Fi or bluetooth. BlackBerry users can also control an iPod docked to the system via the MusicNAO and PodNAO apps currently available in BlackBerry App World. Here are some additional specs:

NAO Symphony and NAO Symphony Noir Features:
  • Plays music wirelessly from iPhone, iPod touch* and BlackBerry smartphones
  • Wi-Fi support via direct connection or through the home network
  • Stereo Bluetooth (A2DP) support
  • Wirelessly control docked iPod with a BlackBerry smartphone
  • Full access to playlists, albums, artists, genres, etc from docked iPod
  • Intuitive color LEDs for navigation
  • Integrated performance equalizer
  • Auxiliary input
  • 50 watt speaker system
  • Smartphone battery conservation
  • 2 high performance 4" speakers and 2 1" tweeters
I'll have a full review posted in the coming days about the unit itself. Check out Cignias.com for more information

Reader comments

CES 2010 - Introducing the Cignias NAO Symphony Music System


they got a picture of a tour on their site so i thought it would work on the tour. unfortunately it doesn't support the 9630. a little bit misleading

Nice but I already have a 7 speaker sound system with Ipod dock/blueray etc.. Which I know sounds alot better than this..

Cool concept but it carries a steep price tag and it doesn't support many phones. I mean it advertises WiFi connectivity with iPhones and Blackberry devices but none of the iphones are compatible with wifi connection and only 3 blackberries are supported at this time.