O nosso servidor aria esteve presente no Axpona em Chicago na semana passada da mão do nosso distribuidor para os USA.
Neste artigo da The Absolute Sound menciona-se o servidor: http://www.theabsolutesound.com/articles/axpona-2014-show-report-digital-products/
Diz o seguinte:
Source Systems, Ltd, rounded up several cutting-edge digital products from the Spanish company, Digibit. The Aria music server upgrade kit for the Oppo BDP-105 and 105D ($1,195US) turns an excellent universal player into a fully featured music server. Contained on a single, internally mounted, computer board, the Aria server operates via an iPad app. The app automatically finds all your DLNA compatible drives in your local network. You can also use the the supplied copy of dBpoweramp to rip to your library from any local network-aware PC. Once you do rip a disc, the Aria software adds metadata to “extended” fields (compared to iTunes or Gracenote) via five different metadata sites.
Digibit’s second product debut in the US was their Aria DL DSD music server ($5,200US base price). It supports 384/32 bit PCM as well DSD and DXD formats and can accept up to 4 TB internal hard drive or 2 TB SSD drive. Classical music fans will find that with eighteen different metadata fields which include period, style, instrument, conductor, orchestra, soloists, and label, that finding music will be much easier than with iTunes. The Aria’s digital outputs include USB, S/PDIF. AES/EBU, and i2s.
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Entretanto estejam atentos às novidades que vamos anunciar este mês no High End em Munique.