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Amplification: class D-amplifier outputs 40 watts a channel of high quality audio

Streaming:  4 embedded wireless inputs for simple streaming from phone/tablet to any combination of rooms

Analog:  2 analog inputs for sources such as Surround Sound Receiver, Echo Dot, CD player, etc.
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It’s a great time to buy: our introductory pricing ends soon, after which the Juke-8 will be $1,599
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Amplification: class D-amplifier outputs 40 watts a channel of high quality audio

Streaming:  4 embedded wireless inputs for simple streaming from phone/tablet to any combination of rooms

Analog:  2 analog inputs for sources such as Surround Sound Receiver, Echo Dot, CD player, etc.  (Adaptor Required)

It’s a great time to buy: our introductory pricing ends soon, after which the Juke-8 will be $1,599

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Amplification: class D-amplifier outputs 40 watts a channel of high quality audio

Streaming:  4 embedded wireless inputs for simple streaming from phone/tablet to any combination of rooms

Analog:  2 analog inputs for sources such as Surround Sound Receiver, Echo Dot, CD player, etc.  (Adaptor Required)

It’s a great time to buy: our introductory pricing ends soon, after which the Juke-8 will be $1,599

JUKE AUDIO - A SIMPLISTIC WHOLE HOME AUDIO EXPERIENCE

The Juke Experience

WHAT IS JUKE AUDIO? - THE NEW MULTI-ROOM AUDIO SYSTEM

The Juke Product

Questions and answers of the customers

    How do you connect subwoofers to the Juke system?
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    Q How do you connect subwoofers to the Juke system? answer now
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    You can follow this guide for instructions on how to incorporate a powered subwoofer:

    Application note - Using a Subwoofer as an Output - Rev 1.3 (1) (1) (1) (1)

  2. If i want to play four different playlist in four different zones, can they stream from a single spotify account on an iPhone or would I need a sound source for each playlistbin each zone?
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    Q If i want to play four different playlist in four different zones, can they stream from a single ...... Read more answer now
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    While the Juke can support 4 simultaenous audio streams to different zones, it requires a different device to send each stream.  This makes it a great feature for a family looking to listen to their own audio in their own desired listening rooms. 

  4. Does it support NAS or windows media steaming?
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    Q Does it support NAS or windows media steaming? answer now
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    Yes, you can stream from a Windows to Juke over DLNA. 

  6. Will you ever have any integrations with Alexa or Google Home in order to do voice commands to control the Juke settings or play music in specific zones?
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    Q Will you ever have any integrations with Alexa or Google Home in order to do voice commands to co...... Read more answer now
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    Yes, we expect to roll that feature out as a firmware update in Q1.  You can go to the add-ons sections of our user manual in the documentation section of our shop page to see our interim solution for Alexa that is accomplished by hardwiring an echo dot into the Juke. 

  8. Can I tell Google to play music and then it’ll communicate with juke to play over speakers? Is there a way to connect Google home to juke via Bluetooth or wifi?
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    Q Can I tell Google to play music and then it’ll communicate with juke to play over speakers? Is th...... Read more answer now
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    We do not currently have an integration with Google at this time, but are currently working on this feature and expect to release it as a firmware update in the first half of 2023.

  10. Hello! So how does Juke handle surround sound? Does the device do surround sound decoding?
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    Q Hello! So how does Juke handle surround sound? Does the device do surround sound decoding? answer now
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    Juke only outputs in stereo.  However, if you have a surround sound room if your home, you can power that with a seperate surround sound receiver and have that be an input into Juke in order to play the audio from that receiver to the other areas of the house.  This can be done through the utilizaiton of this adapter.

  12. I would love to get this but my house in not wired throughout. Will this support wireless speakers ?
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    Q I would love to get this but my house in not wired throughout. Will this support wireless speakers ? answer now
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    The only way to incorproate wireless speakers would be to plug something like a Sonos port into the Juke as an input.  However, this would only be my reccomendation in a scenario where you have at least a few zones of wired speakers in order to take advantage of Juke's amplificaiton abilities.  If you'd like to discuss the possibility of putting wired speakers into your house, we'd be glad to help bring in an installer to facilitate. 

  14. Do you know of a wearable wireless microphone that could connect to your Juke Audio box. We were thinking of doing a bingo night at our house and thought it would be better to announce through the house speakers than to yell.
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    Q Do you know of a wearable wireless microphone that could connect to your Juke Audio box. We were ...... Read more answer now
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    The best option for this would be to connect a bluetooth adapter into the USB port on the Juke as an input, and then use a bluetooth microphone to speak to the adapter and play to your selected zones.  You can see the details for connecting a bluetooth adapter in our FAQ section.

  16. Can you explain the extent to which this is compatible with physical volume controls that might be mounted on a wall? Is there an option for a digital physical volume control?
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    Q Can you explain the extent to which this is compatible with physical volume controls that might b...... Read more answer now
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    If you already have in-wall volume controls, they will still function.  However, we offer the ability to control individual zone volume wirelessly within side of the administrator settings of the Juke application on your device. 

  18. Hi, are there individual volume controls on the unit itself for each zone ? How many watts per zone ? What are dimensions of the unit. Thanks
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    Q Hi, are there individual volume controls on the unit itself for each zone ? How many watts per zo...... Read more answer now
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    Yes, you can control the volume for each zone independently. It produces 40 watts a channel at 8ohms.  The dimensions are 15” wide by 8” deep by 3” tall

  20. Can I combine 2 zones if I have one big room that needs 4 speakers?
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    Q Can I combine 2 zones if I have one big room that needs 4 speakers? answer now
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    Yes, grouping any number of zones to play together is easily done in the Juke software.  You can also plug 4 speakers onto 1-2 of the zones on the Juke without overdriving the amp, as long as the speakers are rated at 8ohms.

  22. is there a way to power a single speaker in one zone as mono?
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    Q is there a way to power a single speaker in one zone as mono? answer now
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    There is not.  However, the vast majority of music still sound completely fine & balanced by just connecting one speaker onto the left or right channel of the zone and leaving the other channel empty. 

  24. Sorry if this question is pedestrian, but how would you pair it with a TV? or other existing stereo?
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    Q Sorry if this question is pedestrian, but how would you pair it with a TV? or other existing stereo? answer now
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    The easiest way to get a TV audio to Juke is wirelessly by plugging an Apple TV into the HDMI port on any TV and sending the audio over Airplay.  If you want to run a hardwired input, you'll need to identify the available outputs (HDMI, RCA, Optical) on the back of your TV and run that back to the Juke and convert it to RCA, and then use this adapter.

  26. I am remodeling my home. I intended on installing 4 speakers in my kitchen ceiling as it is a larger space. Can all 4 speakers be played on the same zone or will I need two separate kitchen zones?
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    Q I am remodeling my home. I intended on installing 4 speakers in my kitchen ceiling as it is a lar...... Read more answer now
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    Unless the speakers you're using are very large / power intensive, you can connect 4 speakers on a maximum of 2 of the speakers on the Juke without overdriving the amplifier.  However, keep in mind, that grouping two zones together in the Juke software interface is very easy to do if you do seperate the Kitchen into two zones. 

  28. I have in ceiling speaker setups in two rooms. Do you have a smaller configuration than your "Juke-6" that will be now economical for my needs?
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    Q I have in ceiling speaker setups in two rooms. Do you have a smaller configuration than your "Juk...... Read more answer now
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    As it currently stands, a 6 zone model is the smallest model that we offer.  However, the price of our 6 zone is still under most smaller size models from other comparable options.

  30. CAn you play different music per zone or is it a single stream per device?
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    Q CAn you play different music per zone or is it a single stream per device? answer now
    A The juke can support up to 4 different audio streams simultaneously. Each of those streams can be routed to any combination of zone outputs.
  32. I am building another custom home and i have used control 4 in the past. Here’s what I want to do. I will have 3 smart tvs outside on the patio and pool area. I will also have a family room with Dolby 5.2 and then I want to have music in the master bathroom. So for outside I will have 2 total ceiling speakers and I want to be able to send the audio output of one of the 3 tvs to the outside speakers or if I want to listen to music instead of tv, have music from another source such as an iPhone. Can your system do this ? Total of 9 speakers in 3 zones
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    Q I am building another custom home and i have used control 4 in the past. Here’s what I want to do...... Read more answer now
    A Our device can support up to 2 wired inputs from analog sources like a TV through the use of an adapter to convert it from whatever outputs the television has (HDMI, RCA, etc.) However, it's also worth considering plugging an AppleTV into the HDMI port of your television and transmitting the audio from that to Juke wirelessly over Airplay. Given a music stream from an Iphone like you mentioned, or any other Apple device, is also Airplay, you'll be able to easily switch back from the AppleTV audio and your music audio without having to change which outputs are aligned to which input.
  34. Can I use Subwoofer? or multiple Subwoofers for different zones?
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    Q Can I use Subwoofer? or multiple Subwoofers for different zones? answer now
    A Yes, you can hook up a powered subwoofer to Juke. It can not be a passive sub however, as Juke will not be able to power it by itself. See this application note on how to connect a sub: Application note - Using a Subwoofer as an Output - Rev 1.3 (1) (1) (1)
  36. Does this system work with YouTube Music?
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    Q Does this system work with YouTube Music? answer now
    A Yes, you can stream YouTube Music or any app from an Apple product via Airplay. If you have an Android device, you can download a third party app called AirMusic to allow your Android to connect it's stream from Youtube Music (or any other audio source) to Juke's Airplay receiver inputs.
  38. does Juke work with a Mesh WIFI setup?
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    Q does Juke work with a Mesh WIFI setup? answer now
    A Yes, the Juke can either be connected to the network via ethernet (hardwired connection) or wirelessly using Juke's internal Wi-Fi. If it's being connected wirelessly, it's important that Juke be within 15ft of the nearest Wi-Fi node to get a stable connection. Then it's also important that the mesh network provide ubiquitous coverage across the entire home in order for your phones / tablets be able to stream to Juke consistently over the network.
  40. I have 5 pairs of speakers in my home, and surround sound in my TV room. Will this work to power them all?
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    Q I have 5 pairs of speakers in my home, and surround sound in my TV room. Will this work to power ...... Read more answer now
    A Our Juke-6 can power 6 pairs of speakers (12 speakers). However, the Juke outputs in stereo, not true surround sound like a 5.1 system. So the suggestion is to use Juke for your 5 speaker pairs, and then get a seperate surround sound receiver for the TV room. You can then connect your receiver as an input into Juke via the USB DigitNow adapter, if you want the audio from the receiver to be able to be played to other areas of the house.
  42. Can I use a separate power amp if I want more than 40w/channel?
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    Q Can I use a separate power amp if I want more than 40w/channel? answer now
    A Hello Brian, You can add indeed add a power amp for additional power. However, Juke tends to provide more than enough power for situations. The one scenario a third party amp tens to be utilized is in a large outdoor area with only two speakers. Although another option to get twice the loudness is to utilize 4 ohm speakers, and some outdoor speakers will actually have a switch on them to take them from 8 to 4 ohms. Please see this guide for how to add another amp: https://jukeaudio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Applicationnote-connectingJukeoutputtoaline-leveldevice-Rev1.31.pdf
  44. We are doing a major renovation and are considering installing ceiling speakers. I believe sending a mono (L+R) signal to the speakers will provide a more balances sound throughout each room. Can each channel be bridged to mono?
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    Q We are doing a major renovation and are considering installing ceiling speakers. I believe sendin...... Read more answer now
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    The best way to achieve balance sounded in a room is by utilizing a stereo (L+R) pair.  This is the most common arrangement for whole home audio, and what Juke typically supports.  Our units do not offer the ability to bridge each channel to mono, but in an instance where there is only one speaker per room, you can buy a speaker that takes both a left and right channel from the Juke and blends them together. 

  46. While using Airplay is the volume for each zone variable output from the amp? Or do I need analog volume controls per zone? I plan 9n using the Juke web interface for control, is the volume per zone easy to control while streaming from apps like Spotify?
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    Q While using Airplay is the volume for each zone variable output from the amp? Or do I need analog...... Read more answer now
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    Within Juke's web interface, there is an ability to adjust the relative zone volume to any level of your choosing.  However, the master volume will be the source you are playing from directly, i.e., the volume slider in your streaming app (Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora, etc.)

    There are no analog volume controls needed as that can all be controlled digitally with Juke.  But if you are retrofitting an older system that already has analog volume controls installed, they will still work if you choose to use them. 

     

     

     

  48. is this airplay 2 compatible and does it have physical knobs options for each room for quick volume adjust of each zone?
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    Q is this airplay 2 compatible and does it have physical knobs options for each room for quick volu...... Read more answer now
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    We have recently rolled out Airplay 2 as part of our new firmware release that is available as a free upgrade for all active units.  The key benefits of Airplay 2 is the ability to stream to Juke and another Airplay 2 enabled device concurrently with the audio playing to those two devices in perfect sync.  Two of the common use cases for this are:

    1. Incorporating a portable Airplay 2 enabled speaker in an area of a home that does not have wired speakers installed, essentially making an additional output zone of Juke.
    2. Streaming audio to Juke's connected speakers and a separate media room / theater that has speakers  powered by an Airplay 2 enabled surround sound receiver.  

    The only limitation is that only one of Juke's 4 embedded airplay inputs can be set to Airplay2. Although any and all output zones can be turned on for a single input.

  50. So is it 1 speaker per zone? For example in my living room I have 5 Sonos speakers. Would my living room take up 5 out of the 8 zones leaving me with only 3 more zones for my kitchen set and my bedroom set which each have two speakers?
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    Q So is it 1 speaker per zone? For example in my living room I have 5 Sonos speakers. Would my livi...... Read more answer now
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    Juke is meant to support a left and right speaker pair per zone.  So for example, our 6 zone unit, the Juke-6, is intended to power 12 speakers, and our 8 zone unit, the Juke-8, is intended to power 16 speakers. 

    For a maximum of one of the zones on the Juke, you can power 2 speaker pairs (4 total speakers) on that zone without overdriving the amp, but you will then lose the ability to stream to those speaker pairs independently in the Juke web interface.

    If you have a single speaker in a zone, Juke will be able to power that as well.  It will sound fine but just not be as loud as using a standard left and right speaker pair in that zone as described above. 

  52. What is the blue tooth range on the Juke?
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    Q What is the blue tooth range on the Juke? answer now
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    Instead of using Bluetooth, Juke utilizes embedded wireless inputs such as Airplay and Spotify Connect.  These communication methods are based on Wi-Fi connection and therefore have far greater range than Bluetooth, allowing for flexible streaming across an entire home with no dropouts as long as the Wi-Fi connection is strong. 

    In the event you do still want to use Bluetooth, it can be achieved through the utilization of a few adapter pieces.  Please see the FAQ section on our website for further details on how to do that. 

  54. Does it work with alexa? Does every zone have own input ? Every zone have output?
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    Q Does it work with alexa? Does every zone have own input ? Every zone have output? answer now
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    While Juke does not yet have a wireless integration with Alexa, you are able to utilize an echo dot as a wired input to the Juke, which will then communicate with the other Alexa enabled devices around your home.  

    Using the Juke web interface, you're able to assign turn on any combination of zones for any of Juke's 4 inputs.  All of Juke's inputs are preset to wireless out of the box, but 2 of the 4 can be adjusted to take wired analog inputs, such as an Echo Dot mentioned above.  In order to do so, it does require this digitized USB to RCA adapter.

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11 reviews for Juke Audio Multi-zone Streaming Amplifier

  1. Rob Salayon (verified owner)

    Just purchased the 8 zone Juke Audio to replace my old Speakercraft MRA-664 Audio Controllers that recently died and have to say this was the easiest install I’ve ever done. The wiring connectors from my speakercraft controller were the same size as the Juke audio connectors so was just plug and play. Setup on the App was incredibly easy and within 30 minutes I had all the zones named and had audio working without any issues. My home has Apple Tv boxes in every room so making the audio go to the ceiling speakers via Airplay works perfectly. So far couldn’t be happier. Only thing I have still do do is to connect my external amplifier for my outdoor speakers to one of the outputs and I’m done.

  2. Ben Conway (verified owner)

    This product is ridiculously awesome. We bought a house that was already wired with an old system and within 25 minutes I had Juke up and running. I was worried about not having an app, but honestly the web interface combined with airplay is easier than the interface for Sonos. I’d highly recommend Juke to anyone.

  3. Robert Grange

    Been using the product for about three weeks now and am totally blown away. I was giving a quote by my local AV company for a system upwards of $10,000 that required a receiver, streamer, another amp, etc. Thankfully found these guys before pulling the trigger on that!

    Hooked it up in about 40 minutes or so and had my music playing. Super simple.

    My one wish was that they’d be able to wire back a TV to the Juke a bit more easily, but the Juke team pointed me in the direction of using AppleTV to stream my audio to Juke, and I have been pretty pleased with that. Took a bit of getting use to, but now I’ve got my Netflix coming through my ceiling speakers and am thrilled with it.

    Great company and product.

  4. Mike (verified owner)

    I was having a bit of a tough time at first getting everything up and running by myself, as I didn’t want to hire an AV guy. But then after calling in, the Juke team got me all figured out in less than 20 minutes or so? Very pleased with this product thus far. Only have owned it for a few days now but optimistic I’ll be getting good use out of this for a long time.

  5. Bryan Larkin (verified owner)

    Finally something that works as advertised! I went through 3 different products before finally finding Juke. Hallelujah

  6. Alex Baker

    5 stars! Exactly as advertised.

  7. Josh Juzang (verified owner)

    Let my preface by saying I am dumb when it comes to AV setup and technology. So I was pleasantly surprised when my DIY install of this product went smoothly. The instructions were pretty clear for the most part, although I still had some questions that I needed addressed. So I called in and got someone on the phone from Juke and they were able to assist rather quickly. Whole install took me maybe 45 minutes?

    Been rocking out the past 4 days since installing. For the price, this product is really cool.

  8. Ron (verified owner)

    I had been living in a house with in-ceiling speakers for five years and never used them once because I couldn’t find anything that allowed me to use my phone to stream to them. So I gave up and was just using Alexa devices to play my music, but the sound quality was pretty poor, so one day I decided to look again and stumbled across Juke. Was a bit skeptical at first because I had never heard of them but decided to take a chance on it anyway.

    Let me tell you it was one of the best bets I’ve made (usually doesn’t go well with new brands lol)! I feel like my house as come alive since installing Juke. Getting great sound quality across my entire house like I’ve wanted for so long. Have listened to this much music in years. Pretty rad.

    Cons: I wish they had an app you download instead of a web app but after I saved the shortcut to my phone, it’s been pretty much the same. Still one click to open.

  9. Erik (verified owner)

    This is a truly revolutionary product.

    I have a 14-zone home audio system left over from the prior owner, and wanted to make it operate with my phone, the internet, etc. A home audio company quoted me $15K for a cabinet full of equipment to do that, Juke did it in two quite small boxes that cost me a total of $2600, and just WORK without any hassle. (Only difference between the 8 and the 6 is that on the 6 two zones are disabled via software: you can pay to have them unlocked in the future.)

    With that said, the product isn’t perfect. One issue we have could be solved by future software updates: Although each box can take 4 audio sources, when you link them together (which the boxes do, automatically, without you doing much of anything) you still only get 4 audio sources. 4 sources for 8 zones was already a bit close for us, 4 sources for 14 zones is too few.

    The web interface could also use a bit of refinement: when you have two boxes, you can’t really toggle between them on a computer (but it is easy on a mobile device).

    It would be great if the product worked with Alexa/Echo. Again, hoping for a software refinement.

    The only big wiff is on wired sources: there is just one USB in. Given that Air Play is not without its glitches, it would be nice to have more reliable connections from devices.

    Finally, although the product has built-in wifi, it doesn’t work that well. Just get an extra router and connect an ethernet cable to the amp. Much better!

  10. Lucas Stone

    I am a dumby when it comes to electronics and surprisingly found it very easy to install. Loving my Juke ever since. My wife and kids are both loving it too. Super easy to use from all of our phones.

  11. Brandon Martin

    Fantastic product for the price point. It’s simple and just works how I need it to. Was originally planning to put in 6 Sonos amps but thankfully found Juke instead.

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Here you will find additional documents that may be helpful to guide you through installing, setting up, and using your Juke.

User Manual

Connecting a Subwoofer

Pairing with a Surround Sound Amp

Using Juke with Android

Connecting Juke Out to Line Level Device

Networking Requirements

30 Day return policy

1 Year warranty

Personalized tech support

Assembled in the USA

30 Day return policy

1 Year warranty

Personalized tech support

Assembled in the USA

progress

Continued Improvements

Product upgrades made available for all units via over the air firmware updates

Energy Efficient

At just 9lbs, Juke operates much cooler than traditional amplifiers

Easy Install

Connect the speaker wires, get the unit onto your Wi-Fi, and name your zones. EST Time: 30 minutes

Testimonials

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What speakers do you recommend?

A: Juke is quite flexible in terms of the speakers we support.    However, one company we have found great success with is  MSE Audio.  If you would like  specific speaker recommendations  based on your setup please send us an email at email@jukeaudio.com

Juke is capable of powering speakers with impedances between 2 and 8 Ohms, with 4 to 8 Ohms being typical. Most ceiling/wall/landscape speakers will work well. Juke can take any speaker wires between 12 and 22 guage.

Q: How do I play audio from my TV to Juke?

A:  The most seamless option would be to utilize an Apple TV to send the audio wirelessly over Airplay  to Juke in the same way you would from your phone/tablet.    Our latest firmware has perfect audio to video synchronization aka lip sync.  

Another options is to get a separate  sound  bar or surround sound receiver  for a main media room  or theater.  If it  Airplay 2 enabled then you’ll be able to stream to Juke and it from your phone in unison. 

Q: How do you connect an analog device as an input to Juke?

A: Juke has two USB ports, so it is capable of supporting up to two devices that provide line-level analog signals (e.g. line-out from a surround-sound receiver, CD players, Bluetooth adaptor).  In order to utilize this USB input we require the purchase of this adaptor: USB 2.0 Audio Capture Card

Q: Is Juke compatible with Android?

A: Yes. Android users can connect to Juke in  three different ways:

1. Spotify Connect – Just as seamless as Airplay from an iPhone but you are limited to Spotify streaming.

 

2. Double Twist Pro and AirMusic – Both of these apps have the major streaming services and music library options embedded into them and allow Android users to stream to Juke

 

3. Use an  audiocast  and plug it into the USB port on Juke to stream a wide array of sources via Chromecast.  It will also require the   USB to RCA adaptor.

Q: What do I do if my house has wall panels installed from an older system?

A: Nothing is needed to be done with them. Either bypass them, or just set them a full volume. You can control the volume and which zones are on or off via Juke’s interface.

Q: Does Juke support Bluetooth?

A: Yes. This can be accomplished by plugging the USB Audio adaptor into the USB port on the Juke and then plugging this Bluetooth Piece into the other end. Then you can designate 1 of the 4 sources to that bluetooth device. See details in the configuration section of the instructions tab for info on how to do that.

Q: Does Juke have an app?

A: No, it doesn’t need one!   Users can   stream to Juke directly using whatever app they are accustomed to using (Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, YouTube, etc.).  You can connect to Juke within all these major streaming apps directly from your Airplay or Spotify Connect menu. 

There is a simple web interface that is used to  turn zones on/off for your wireless or analog inputs.  That interface is what’s shown on the  “Control Your Audio” portion of the homepage on our website. 

Q: Can I pair multiple Jukes together?

A: Yes you can. Users can pair multiple Jukes to play music across 12 zones, 16 zones, 24 zones, etc. with all of them still being able to be controlled in the same interface! Perfect solution for those with large homes.

Q: What is Juke's power output?

A: Juke produces approximately 40W peak per channel (80 W peak per zone). The RMS power is 20W per channel (40W per zone). The total aggregate peak output power of zones operated simultaneously is approximately 400W, and the RMS value is 200W. While Juke’s output power is perfect for whole-home audio with architectural speakers, it can also be used in combination with surround-sound receivers. The receiver powers larger speakers in a TV/listening room that require more wattage, and Juke powers all the architectural speakers in all the other rooms. If this is of interest, I’d be happy to send an application note.