High Performance Streaming Audio
For most of the history of recorded music, we’ve been slaves to physical media like CD and vinyl. Today we embark on a new era of music playback without the hassles of discs: streaming audio. Thankfully, the high end audio world has been hard at work incorporating these new technologies, applying decades of know-how to ensure that we get both performance and convenience of streaming audio.
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Streaming music is where it's at today, but many of us are getting tired of the proprietary hardware, and worse sound quality than traditional audio components. Not anymore with Arcam rPlay!
Alan Sircom of HiFi+ magazine reviews the Arcam SR250 stereo receiver and finds that its it compete with traditional HiFi kit many times its price.
Arcam of Cambridge: PREVIEW: SR250 unique stereo AV receiver. The power and performance of a Class G Hi-Fi amplifier. The connectivity of a word-class AV amp. Literally the best of both worlds.
The latest rSeries product from Arcam, rPlay brings PlayFi to the table with all of its excellent capabilities and Arcam's legendary sound.
With the latest v3.0 firmware release, Melco adds an awesome new feature: automated CD importing. With a simple plug-in USB optical drive, you can make bit-perfect archival quality imports of your entire CD collection. The process is super simple
Stereophile Class A Recommended Components is the top honor, for only the greatest products. Not only does it rank amongst the very best of digital source components, it is the least expensive on the list! At $1999, Stereophile rates this as the very best audiophile server you can buy, excepting devices three times its price.
The awakening continues as audiophiles around the world are beginning to see the benefits of better storage and serving. Melco Audio is leading the charge, with groundbreaking products like the N1A Music Library. This cleverly designed piece of equipment eliminates the noisy computer and quirky NAS drive from your streaming audio system.