Ministry of Sound today launches the new Audio M Wireless Speaker, a new audio device aimed at satisfying the many needs of today’s consumer of music and contemporary audio.

The new speaker comes in two versions: the Audio M (£149.99) a Bluetooth version offering apt-X Bluetooth, a True Wireless Stereo mode (in which you can pair two units to play your tunes in stereo), battery power for portability and added convenience, as well as the ability to remember the last seven devices it was paired with.

Then there’s the Audio M Plus (£199.99). This version adds full Wi-Fi and multi-room functionality to the Audio M’s list of attributes. As a result, Audio M Plus manages to combine a sonically high-performance yet compact and desktop-friendly design, with the ability to connect any number of units together as part of a cohesive, easy-to use multi- room music system, all controlled from the slick Ministry Audio app.MOS_speaker

Simply stream to Audio M Plus from your smartphone, tablet or any A2DP or DLNA devices, or from the internet via the Ministry Audio app. You can group speakers into up to eight groups, playing different songs to different groups while playing the same song to all the speakers in a single group.

In addition, the Audio M Plus – just like the Audio M – keeps convenience and portability front and centre. By offering the option of battery power as well as mains, the Audio M speakers make it easy for you to simply pick up your easily transported speaker and take it to a different room or, say, the garden.

Both Audio M and Audio M Plus have been sound-tuned by Ministry of Sound’s Ivor Novello-winning DJ and producer, Phil Faversham, who worked with his team of in-house sound engineers and DJs to ensure the speakers deliver a sound that’s powerful, dynamic, revealing and balanced – just like the sound system at the world-famous London club.

Both speakers offer a pleasing tap-and-swipe touch surface for controlling volume and skipping tracks, as well as NFC Bluetooth pairing.

Meanwhile, the Ministry Audio app (available now on iOS and Android) delivers world-class music streaming via Spotify Connect, as well as all eight channels of Ministry of Sound Radio (the world’s biggest dedicated dance music radio station), with more world-class streaming services scheduled to be added in the coming weeks.

The Ministry Audio app also offers users a unique, one-touch ‘Live From The Club’ feature: at the touch of a button, every Friday and Saturday night, you can live stream the party from London’s world-renowned Ministry of Sound nightclub, exactly as it happens.


  • Connect via Bluetooth with aptX
  • Wireless Range up to 10 meters
  • Remembers the last 7 paired devices
  • NFC Bluetooth Pairing
  • Tap and Swipe Touch surface to change volume and skip tracks
  • Wirelessly connect 2 speakers in Stereo
  • Internal Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery
  • 10 hours playback (at 70% volume)
  • Line In
  • Compatibility
  • All A2DP supported devices
  • 5 mm audio input


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