The British streaming specialist renews its Product range streaming players:
Naim Uniti Nova, Naim Uniti Star and Naim Uniti Atom and the Naim Uniti Core music server.
The new devices combine Naim’s renowned amplifier sound with cutting-edge streaming capabilities: Google ChromeCast for Audio, AirPlay, Bluetooth aptX HD, spotify …
The Uniti Star even has a CD drive on board. For some music lovers a good solution.
Naim took 3 years to develop the new equipment and invested several million pounds sterling.
At the heart of the devices is a new streaming platform. It is much more powerful than the old one and uses a DSP chip with 40-bit SHARC processor of the latest generation.
The new streaming players use the Class A/B amplifier modules of the current Naim NAIT models. The specified performance data are:
Naim Uniti Atom = 40W RMS per channel (into 8 ohms)
Naim Uniti Star = 70W RMS per channel (into 8 ohms)
Naim Uniti Nova = 80W RMS per channel (into 8 ohms)
A new feature is that Naim Uniti players can also act as music servers for other UPnP players on the network.
The middle model, the Uniti Star, can also be used for CD ripping with its CD drive.
A solid, precision-mounted aluminum ring on the top of the units handles volume control.
Last but not least, there is the Naim Uniti Core music server. Its high-quality drive allows CD ripping, and it offers various storage options: HDD or SSD can be installed in the rear slot, but it can also store the ripped music on a NAS.
In total, up to 100,000 titles can be managed and twelve streams with a resolution of up to a maximum of 32 bit/384 kHz can be placed on the network.
The new devices are scheduled to begin shipping at the end of May. If you send the warranty card, there is a five-year warranty.