Harman Kardon Aura it should works with Generic DLNA
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Confirmed to work with smartThings - This is a great product, AwoX StriimLIGHT Sl-w10.
Its a light and speaker, and have DLNA.
I’ve been waiting for someone to make a wifi version of these light bulb speakers (as opposed to Bluetooth)! @ule, do you have any experience with those StriimLIGHTs? Does this company make good stuff?
Hi @obycode, Sorry I dont known if its a good company, I just think is a versatile product, I dont have any experience with this product. This version is wifi and have dlna (AwoX StriimLIGHT Sl-w10) do not confuse with the bluetooth version.
Ok, thanks. Anyone else tried these yet or do I have to be the guinea pig? Unfortunately, it seems that they don’t sell the combination of features that I would really like, the WiFi speaker with DLNA plus the light bulb with full color controls.
Aperion Wireless Speakers Aris , it should works with Generic DLNA
X-SMC3-S Music Tap - Pioneer supports DLNA and must works with SmartTings
Yes, the SLC-W13 works great with the generic DLNA. I created a device type to control the light (on/off, dim level, color) here - UPnP DimmableLight Device
@ule Did you ever come across a compact, standalone and inexpensive speaker?
Hi @625alex , I´m still looking for a cheap , compact and stand-alone speaker, but I have not found it, I have used old android phones with Private Dancer app, and works fine, old android phones are very cheap, Private Dancer app works since 2.2 android version. But we need community help to find a cheap dream speaker
Taking the cheap speaker discussion to its own topic:
The cheapest option is a dock speaker (~20) with Lario adapter (14.99), but a stand alone speaker is from 70
Confirmed to work with smartThings - Sony SA-NS300
Confirmed to work with smartThings - Veetop® HiFi AirMusic Box
JBL L16 Three-Way Speaker System supports DLNA and must works with SmartTings
I can confirm the D-Link Wi-Fi Audio Extender and Repeater works, a good way to make use of any old speakers you have lying around.
Cocktailaudio X-12 Speaker System supports DLNA and must works with SmartTings