Category Archives: streamers

Cambridge Audio NP30

Launched in 2011, the £400 NP30 was an affordable yet capable network music player. It plays 24-bit WAV and FLAC files (plus standard 16-bit of course), but there’s no Apple Lossless. It also does MP3, AAC, WMA and OGG Vorbis. It directly connects

Cambridge Audio NP30

Launched in 2011, the £400 NP30 was an affordable yet capable network music player. It plays 24-bit WAV and FLAC files (plus standard 16-bit of course), but there’s no Apple Lossless. It also does MP3, AAC, WMA and OGG Vorbis. It directly connects

RipNAS Solid V3

It doesn’t win any prizes for build quality, looks, finish or indeed ease of use, but this £1,000 black box is one hell of a CD ripper. What it does, it does brilliantly – which is to convert your Compact

RipNAS Solid V3

It doesn’t win any prizes for build quality, looks, finish or indeed ease of use, but this £1,000 black box is one hell of a CD ripper. What it does, it does brilliantly – which is to convert your Compact

Logitech Squeezebox Touch

Remember the birth of the Squeezebox? Launched in 2003 as the SliMP3, it was an MP3-only device with a wired connection, and required someone on the level of a computer programmer to interface it with its host computer – or so it

Logitech Squeezebox Touch

Remember the birth of the Squeezebox? Launched in 2003 as the SliMP3, it was an MP3-only device with a wired connection, and required someone on the level of a computer programmer to interface it with its host computer – or so it