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CS1 dă o nouă viață de streaming sistemelor hi-fi vechi PDF Imprimare
Marţi, 31 Ianuarie 2023 10:03



               The compact and minimalist NAD CS1 brings high-resolution streaming capabilities to your old living room hi-fi setup

   There's no denying that streaming rules the roost for the way we consume our music these days. But if your perfectly good living room hi-fi is feeling very unloved, a little black box from Canada's NAD could help bring your aging setup into the 21st century.

    There are other standalone streaming boxes and amplifiers in NAD's product line already of course, but the CS1 doesn't rely on an integrated streaming platform to do its thing, instead supporting popular third-party streaming and casting protocols from the likes of Spotify, Tidal, Google and Apple.
The unit can connect to a home network over 802.11ac dual-band Wi-Fi or Ethernet LAN, after which users can enjoy CD quality from an iPhone, iPad or Mac through AirPlay 2, for example, Chromecasters feeding in audio from any smartphone, tablet or PC can do a little better at up to 24-bit/96-kHz resolution, and Roon subscribers can tap into streaming services or their own digital libraries at up to the 24-bit/192-kHz – the maximum audio resolution supported by the unit.
Tunes can also be lined up in Spotify Connect and Tidal Connect apps and then playback transferred to the CS1 for output through your hi-fi system courtesy of left/right RCA ports or, if you prefer a minimal setup, directly cabled to powered speakers through optical/coaxial digital outs.

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