Arylic S10 Wireless Multiroom Music Streamer

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Arylic S10 Wireless Multiroom Music Streamer


  • Add Wireless Capability To Your Home Audio System: Add WiFi, Direct Streaming, Airplay, Spotify Connect and Bluetooth 5.0 wireless capability to your amplifiers, preamps and receivers
  • Multiroom Audio System: Mix and match any combination of Arylic Streamers to create a custom multiroom system and play the same music throughout your home, send different sources to each room at the same time, or create your own custom-defined multiroom zones... All controlled via our 4stream App.
  • Tune Like An Expert: Fine tune your listening experience with our exclusive ACPWorkbench tuning tool. Find the perfect sound for each channel with EQ, Bass Enhancement, Advanced DSP Effects, Gain, Pregain and more..
  • Brilliant Sound Streamed Directly From Your Favorite Providers: Spotify, Amazon Music, Tidal, Qobuz, Deezer, Napster, TuneIn, Internet Radio, iHeart Radio, QQ Music, QQ FM. The S10 connects directly to your online streaming providers to play high quality audio, avoiding Bluetooth bottlenecks and compression.

Easily Stream Your Audio Wireless​

The S10 is a great wireless audio streamer for new wireless audio players to get started on budget. The S10 allows you to stream audio to your home audio system wirelessly via WiFi, Airplay, Bluetooth 5.0 and Spotify Connect. You can also add other Arylic devices to build a multiroom system, manage and control all your audio devices in one app (4STREAM)!
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Multiroom Audio System​

Mix and match any combination of Arylic products to create a custom multiroom system and play the same music throughout your home, send different sources to each room at the same time, or create your own custom-defined multiroom zones... All are controlled via our 4stream App.
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Brilliant Sound Streamed Directly From Your Favorite Providers​

Spotify, Amazon Music, Tidal, Qobuz, Deezer, Napster, TuneIn, Internet Radio, iHeart Radio, QQ Music, QQ FM.
The S10 connects directly to your online streaming providers to play high quality audio, avoiding Bluetooth bottlenecks and compression.
WiFi audio streamer

Tune Like An Expert​

Fine tune your listening experience with our exclusive ACPWorkbench tuning tool. Find the perfect sound for each channel with EQ, Bass Enhancement, Advanced DSP effects, Gain, Pregain and more.

Powerful 4stream App​

Choose your music source and control playback, set EQ, control multiroom/independent playback, manage playlists, control alarm clock, WiFi settings, update firmware and more... All the useful features you need in our free 4STREAM App for iOS & Android.
  • wireless streamer with remote control

    Remote Control​

    The included remote can control all your Arylic models within a ~15 meter/50 foot range.
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    Web & PC Control​

    Control your devices via browser from any PC, tablet, or other device, no app required. Or stream music using any software that supports Airplay, Spotify Connect, UPNP or DLNA protocols, including iTunes, Spotify, Musicbee and more.

Package Includes​

S10, User Manual, Remote, 5V1A Micro USB Power Adapter, Aux 3.5mm cable, 2-1 RCA Cable.
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Spec & Docs​

  • 📄S10 Manual & Spec-en
  • 📄S10 Manual & Spec-de

  • About Us​

    Arylic was founded by home audio and networking technology experts. We have over 10 years of experience designing world-class products for major electronics brands. We're proud to offer an industry-leading streaming audio product line that combines value, upgradability and excellence for home technology enthusiasts who expect more.

Latest reviews

Dobrescu George

Reviewer: AudiophileHeaven
Arylic S10 Multiroom Steamer - Awesome Sound & Shape
Pros: + Small footprint
+ Good sonic performance
+ At a very good price
+ Good support from the company
+ Bluetooth, Wifi and Ethernet support
+ Airplay, DLNA, UPnP and Spotify Connect support
+ Hi-Res decoding up to 24bit / 192 kHz
+ Aux Input
Cons: - MicrUSB port for the power
- Software could be better
Arylic S10 Multiroom Steamer - Awesome Sound & Shape


Arylic S10 is the entry to Streaming, and it is a unit priced at 79 USD, a diminutive design, and RJ45 LAN Port, Line In, Line Out and a remote included in the package. Given the price point, I have not reviewed many streamers around the price point, but there is the Triangle AIO C Connect (150 USD) I can compare the S10 to.


Arylic decided to invest in, and create an interesting streamer that's about as affordable as Pi alternatives are, but which is much easier to program, use and which has a solid design, with Arylic excellent support behind. Arylic is one of the few companies, like HIFIMAN, who provides good and direct support for their products, including excellent aftermarket support, with good build quality and excellent customer communication

It should be noted that I have absolutely no affiliation with Arylic. I'd like to thank Arylic for providing the sample for this review. This review reflects my personal experience with Arylic S10. Every opinion expressed is mine and I stand by it. The purpose of this review is to help those interested in Arylic S10 find their next music companion.


First things first, let's get the packaging out of the way:



The package of S10 is actually pretty interesting, because Arylic likes to make rich products with rich packages. The full package includes:
  • S10
  • User Manual
  • Remote
  • 5V1A Micro USB Power Adapter
  • Aux 3.5mm cable
  • 2-1 RCA Cable.

Build Quality/Aesthetics/Features

We have a very simple design and build with the S10, but it is a very effective one as well. The front of the streamer has 4 LEDs, one of which will be lit to show what input you're currently using. There's also a huge IR or infrared receiver at the front. At the back of the unit, things get a bit more busy, and we have a RESET button, a LAN port, USB input, AUX Input, Line Out and a microUSB power supply.


Generally speaking, the AUX input does not sound as good as the Ethernet or the Wifi input. S10 supports inputs from Bluetooth 5.0, RJ45 Ethernet up to 100M, as well as Wireless signals from the 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz networks. The Bluetooth distance is quoted to be about 30 Meters, but I found it to be roughly 15 meters with no obstacles for a good , reliable signal. The SNR is 91dB, which on paper is actually pretty humble, paired with a THD of about 0.03%, which on paper also sounds pretty meager.

S10 is able to decide FLAC, Mp3, AAc, ALAC, APE and WAV, and up to 24bit / 192kHz signals, weighing in about 200 grams. The remote works pretty nicely, and you will need to use the 4 Stream app with it. I found the app to be pretty awful for me, since it is slow, and the UI is cluttered with useless options, pretty complicated to get what you need it to do, but also fairly bug-free compared to the majority of APPs for Streamers. Setting S10 up takes about 20 minutes and once it is set up, everything works fairly well.


I noticed no big difference in replacing the default USB converter, the unit being fairly well isolated from power converter related noise. We need to mention that S10 has a DAC chip inside, as the main signal it outputs is an AUX signal, or an analogic one. The USB input is for using a USB device with up to 1024 songs on it. AirPlay 1 is supported as well as QPlay, Spotify. The full list of supported Apps includes: iHeartRadio, Spotify, Tidal, Qobuz and Deezer.


All in all, despite my dislike for the 4 Stream app, it works as intended, and I experienced no bugs, no odd behaviors, and S10 is a fun to use unit that does what it is advertised to rather well, providing a fun and engaging experience for music listeners. It is not possible to find what the DAC inside of S10 is, and it cannot output a digital signal, so it will become the DAC for your system.

Sound Quality

I want to start by saying that S10 is intended for more entry-level and budget systems, and that testing it with a high-end system will be fairly pointless, since you don't purchase a 79 USD DAC for a high-end system. The biggest advantage of S10 is the very low overall noise from all of its inputs, and the zero noise sonic performance from its ethernet input. While there aren't many streamers at this price point, there is none that's as quiet as S10 is in the background, and which has as many inputs.


Generally speaking, the sound of the S10 is really clean, well balanced and fairly detailed for the price. The sound has a fair amount of soundstage width, a fair amount of depth, and if we consider that we're paying for it less than for the majority of dongles, the relative performance for the price is not just good but actually excellent. I noticed a pretty dynamic sound that's not compressed or distorted with S10, and volume is never a problem since you'll be using it with an external amplifier for volume control.

In fact, S10 sounds fairly detailed, clean and well rounded, with a slightly warm midrange and a somewhat smooth treble, not a lot of upper treble quantity, but a fairly good bass presentation without considerable roll off in the sub bass. The sound has good contrast and control, plus a good instrument separation for the price. Connecting an external Amplifier like SMSL AO200 to it, using a pair of NHT C3 Speakers, or connecting Edifier S1000DB to S10, I hear a really clean and fun presentation. The sound is considerably more detailed, cleaner and has less overall background noise than using the 3.5mm headphone output or line out of my Comptuer / Motherboard (Gigabyte), and has better definition, resolution and clarity than using my smartphone. S10 is slightly above in clarity, definition and background noise to using a FiiO BTA30, but has a different usage scenario.



Arylic S10 vs Triangle AIO Connect (79 USD vs 150 USD) - We have two very different Streamers here today. The biggest difference is that while S10 cannot do any kind of digital output, AIO Connect has a really noisy analogue output and using it via its line out was almost impossible, the noise floor being generally very audible. This is why direct comparisons would be complicated, AIO has the advantage of using an external DAC which may be more potent than S10, but it also has a starting price of double that of S10, where S10 replaces the DAC in a system. I would recommend considering AIO Triangle as a Streamer for more expensive setups, and S10 for entry-level, bedroom, or bedside setups where having a simple DAC with a simple AMP or even active speakers is fun and feasible.

Value and Conclusion

Here we have it, the most affordable streamer I ever tested, and it never felt cheap, rushed or undercooked, so I'm happy to report that S10 surprised me in a pleasant way, as the company always did so far. The overall sonic performance is superb for the money, and most DACs in this price range tend to come with some serious noise from all inputs, and be unusable, especially multi room setups.


At the end of the day, if you're looking for a really good performance for the money, clean, clear sound with next to no background noise from any of the inputs, tons of inputs, and a fairly stable app, with good support from the company, S10 is fully recommended.
Would be such a versatile device if there were USB audio output.
Dobrescu George
Dobrescu George
@jmwant - I totally agree, that would make a killer device!
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