As the market shifts from CD to downloaded music and streaming music services, the UK's leading hi-fi manufacturer Cambridge Audio unveils its first in an exciting series of products to satisfy the "digital music generation" who demand more from their music.
The first of these, Cambridge Audio's new NP30 network music player, unleashes the potential of digital music stored on computers and home networks enabling premium quality 24-bit playback through any hi-fi or home entertainment system. In addition the NP30 offers fast and easy access to a wide range of streaming music services and over 20,000 Internet radio stations via its in-built UuVol Radio internet radio service.
Simple network connectivity is of course critical in this fast evolving sector and the NP30 leads the way. Using UPnP, the NP30 instantly connects to any home network via either Ethernet or 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi.
For the ultimate in control, UuVol Remote - an App for the iPhone, iPod touch or iPad - enables access to all of the NP30 features and functions including network stored media, streaming services, podcasts etc. from anywhere within the home network. Housed in a compact, low resonance all-metal chassis, the NP30 is just as intuitive to use from its clear four line LCD display or supplied IR remote.
The NP30 is part of a new organic digital platform from Cambridge Audio called UuVol designed to provide all that's required to enjoy your favourite music from multiple digital sources in the very best quality.
But of course no Cambridge Audio launch would be complete without inclusion of the brand's legendary value. The NP30 network music player, together with its supporting UuVol Portal, UuVol Radio and UuVol Remote, offer today's discerning consumer an easy, versatile and affordable way to unleash the full potential of their digital music, whether stored on their computer or streamed over the internet.