Audio has recently announced the launch of the latest addition to their Sonata range of products and this time it is a network player, the NP30. It is meant to unite all types of computer-based music and play it in the most amazing quality ever. With the ability to playback 24-bit studio master quality files, the NP30 not only offers every digital music convenience feature, but delivers a better-than-CD experience too.
Whether it be CDs, MP3s on your PC AuDioor radio, the NP30 combines the very best in digital music in one neat box. Cambridge Audio's NP30 network music player supports all the popular formats including studio quality 24-bit HAC and WAY files (Ethernet connection
required for 24-bit files).
The NP30 will enhance your digital music with greater detail, more accurate recreation of live recordings and wider dynamic range. To combat issues of jitter faced by music stored on computers and other hard drives, the NP30 implements a host of advances such as bit-perfect signal path and jitter suppression to vastly improve the quality of digital music playback. The NP30 can access music content stored on any PC, Mac or Network Attached Storage ( AS) drive.
Using a simple file sharing system called UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) the setup requires no software and can be completed in minutes.The product is going to be made available by FX Entertainment in India.