Watch the Air your tunes pop-up shop video

The Bowers & Wilkins Air your tunes pop-up shop opened for one week in London to promote the benefit of Zeppelin Air and AirPlay. Watch our video of the happening, and what people had to say about the experience.

This exclusive video was filmed during the week the Bowers & Wilkins Air your tunes pop-up shop was open for business in London’s Hoxton area at the end of November. The shop was conceived to allow people to experience the benefits of Apple’s AirPlay wireless streaming technology, and how this allows you to play your entire music collection on Zeppelin Air using iTunes.

As well as filming the set up of the shop, we also asked visitors for their thoughts and feeling on the experience. If you couldn’t make it, we hope this gives you a sense of the experience, and we hope to see you next time.


  • Christina Hall says:

    I really enjoyed watching this video. I’m from London UK but live in Las Vegas now and I’m in love with my Zeppelin Air, more people need to know how it works. All my friends are fascinated too. I bought one fro my grandson for Christmas. Oh and I have the P5 Head Phones too, next I’m getting the MM-1 desktop speakers.
    Now, once in awhile I get a dropped wifi from my Time Capsule, I’m very thorough when it comes to setting my kit up and then maintaining it, so I just unplug the Air and Time Capsule and it’s fine.

  • Wally says:

    What is the effect of having two Zeppelin Air units in the same room? Can each unit function as a Left or Right Speaker to create an enhanced stereo effect if both units are receiving output from itunes, for example?

  • Shaun - Bowers & Wilkins says:

    Hello Wally

    We wouldn’t really suggest having two Zeppelin’s in the same room, unless, as was the case here, it was a big old shop and you wanted to make a very big sound. It would be great for a party.

    As for using them as left and right speakers via iTunes, you can’t feed them left and right signals, so it would almost be a ‘dual-mono’ effect.

    Hope that helps.

    Many thanks


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