Posted Wed Nov 16, 2011 at 07:00 AM PST by Dick Ward
The new receiver from T+A focuses exclusively on getting the best quality possible from your music.
The prime component behind that is a 32-bit dual-mono DAC for music that comes through a networked PC or CD.
Other connections aren't left in the cold though. Five stereo inputs and two optical all get 24-bit 192kHz processing. Regardless of the source, you'll get a high-end preamp that includes a pair of subwoofer outs and one line-level output.
The E-series music receiver includes the ability to stream content from your PC or from a DNLA compatible home music server. You can also access internet radio thanks to the vTuner internet radio service. T+A says you'll be able to connect wirelessly or via the more traditional wired method.
T+A's E-series music receiver is available now in the U.K. for just over $4,000. There's no word yet on a U.S. release.
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