Soundcast has launched two wireless stereo speaker systems in the States.

SpeakerCast is a high performance wireless stereo speaker system with a 50 watt digital amplifier that uses Soundcast’s technology that claims to receive crystal-clear, uninterrupted music via an iPod when it is placed in the included Soundcast iCast wireless dock.

Other audio devices such as MP3 players or computers can also be connected using the auxiliary input/output jack.

Using the same technology, OutCast is an all-weather, full range, battery/AC-operated wireless speaker system that is designed for outdoor use, and also includes the iCast wireless dock.

The OutCast is made of water-resistant plastic and is designed to operate for up to 10 hours on the built-in, rechargeable battery pack.

Both speakers are plug and play easy to use and feature pause/play and track forward/track back controls for remote operation of the iPod.

Soundcast products can transmit signals up to a distance of 150 feet through multiple rooms indoors and over 350 feet outdoors.

SpeakerCast will be available in the third quarter of 2007 with a retail price of $399.

OutCast will arrive late in the third quarter of 2007 and retail for $699.

Both products will be available from American Amazon and via the link below.