NAIM Intros High-end Music System with FM/DAB/DAB+

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Naim UnitiQute 2

Aug 21, 2013 - Naim has introduced an all-in-one music system called UnitiQute 2. It will play music downloads, high-resolution music files, Internet radio, networked music, UPnP servers, iPod and other MP3 players, and of course FM and DAB/DAB+. Perhaps its coolest feature, though, is its ability to act as streaming master or client allowing users to access it all over their homes via Ethernet or its integrated Wi-fi.

Other salient features:
■ UPnP-enabled for playback of network-stored audio/Internet broadcasts from PC, Mac or NAS drives
■ Front-panel USB for memory stick playback ■ 3.5 mm front panel inputs for analog or digital ■ On-board Burr-Brown DAC with 5 32-bit/192kHz sample-rate inputs ■ Built-in 30W per channel amplifier ■ Plays WAV, FLAC, Apple Lossless (ALAC), MP3, Windows Media-formatted content and AAC from any suitable UPnP device ■ Separate power supplies for digital, analog, and power amplifier ground selector switch for optimum performance

It's rather pricey though, with an MSRP of $1550.

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