The 6000N Play is a network audio player with wireless streaming facilities and a dual-band, dual-antenna Wi-Fi
The 6000N Play connects wirelessly with other Play-Fi-equipped devices and Internet music services such as Spotify, Tidal, HDtracks, Deezer, Qobuz, Amazon Music, Napster, TuneIn, iHeartRadio and SiriusXM and thousands of Internet radio stations and podcasts.
You can also stream from a home media server with DLNA compatibility.
The 6000N Play is hi-res audio enabled, capable of receiving data up to 24bit/192kHz resolution over Wi-Fi without transcoding or down sampling.
The featured DAC is an ES9018 Sabre32 Reference chip. ESS Technology’s 32bit HyperStream architecture and Time Domain Jitter Eliminator is also coupled to Audiolab’s own circuitry, helped by an isolated power supply with a toroidal transformer.
The 6000N Play is configured and operated via the Play-Fi app, available for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire phones and tablets, as well as Apple and Android smartwatches and Windows PCs. It can also stream directly from Spotify via Spotify Connect and is DLNA and UPnP compliant.
The Audiolab 6000N Play network audio streamer is available from May in a choice of black or silver, at £449.95.
To learn more, click www.audiolab.co.uk
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