Panasonic has announced new multi-room speaker systems that uses Qualcomm's AllPlay. 

The AllPlay solution  - during CES 2014 in Las Vegas - will allow you to beam music from your mobile device, over the network and into the speakers. The line-up consists of the SC-ALL8 and the SC-ALL3, both of which connect to a centralised network adapter so you can strew speakers throughout your home.  

The Panasonic SC-ALL8 utilises a five-speaker system with a Nano Bamboo Double Layer for the woofer and tweeter. According to Panasonic, the Bamboo helps produce clear, dynamic sounds throughout the mid- to high-frequency range, while also reproducing low-frequency sounds, such as drum and bass, with crisp clarity.

The SC-ALL8 is wall-mountable, and the SC-ALL3 can be positioned either vertically or horizontally, enabling a user to position them almost anywhere in their home.   

Panasonic says the speaker line will be available in spring 2014. Rhapsody, iHeart, Napster, Grooveshark, Tune In, and other services have already announced support for Panasonic's solution.