Sony Canada has announced its new wireless home audio system, called HomeShare will be arriving in Canada in April.

First seen at CES 2011, the new products let users stream music wirelessly from a DLNA server or Sony Blu-ray player to a HomeShare wireless speaker or iPhone dock.

Include in the new line-up is a wireless network speaker (SA-N300) and two Wi-Fi network iPhone docks (NAS-SV20i and NAC-SV10i). The SA-NS300 wireless network speaker will sell for about $200 while the docks will sell for about $350 and $300 respectively.

The more expensive HomeShare NAS-SV20i speaker dock lets users play back music directly from Bravia Internet music services or from an iPhone, iPod touch, mobile device. Users can also stream music from the docks to other Sony Wi-Fi network speakers throughout the home.

The NAC-SV10i dock connects to your existing home theatre system and plays back music from the mobile device or streams it to other HomeShare speakers throughout the home.

Both models feature integrated Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) and offer PartyStreaming functionality. They also feature BRAVIA Internet Video music services built-in, which can be shared with the SA-NS300 network speaker.

Discuss the new Sony Homeshare products in Digital Home's HTPC and Media Extender forum .

Update: Edited to clarify confusion regarding model number.