All the Goldmund wireless speakers have been designed so they can be run directly from a computer by using the Goldmund dongle. If they are used in a multi-channel system, they can also be run from one of the Goldmund multi-channel processors associated with a Goldmund Wireless Transmitter.
The new Goldmund Mimesis 11 proposes a new and simpler solution to connect a pair of these wireless speakers in a 2-channel system. It is then used as a preamplifier with a built-in Wireless Transmitter.
The Mimesis 11 can receive all kinds of sources: analog (2 x RCA), digital RCA S/PDIF, digital Toslink, USB, and will receive even more in future update options (additional Digital and Wifi Streaming are the most probable as per now). Its volume control allows the 2-channel system level adjustment and the output stereo signal can be sent either by S/PDIF coaxial like other Goldmund processors (4 x parallel coaxial RCA outputs), but also as a 2-channel wireless signal through a rear-panel wireless antenna.
Its remote control is ultra-simple and based on the Apple universal remote.
The Mimesis 11 is matching, in design and finish, the new Eidos 17 Universal player so they can be stacked to create a complete compact system along with a pair of Goldmund standalone speakers from the small Micrometis to the gigantic Apologue.