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Aurender N100H Network Server / Streamer; 4TB; Silver

Regular price $2,199.00 USD
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Used, very good condition.  Includes original factory packaging
Digital Streamer For NAS Drives Boasts Solid-State Cache Offering Super Quiet Playback
The Aurender N100 digital music player supports DSD (DSF, DFF), WAV, FLAC, ALAC, APE, AIFF, M4A and other major formats at native bit and sampling rates. Equipped with a high performance USB digital audio output, an Ethernet port, and a 120GB solid-state drive for cached playback, the N100 is the ideal solution for playing high resolution digital music collections from an NAS drive. It also excels as a music server with local storage. It can be ordered with no internal hard drive, using your own NAS for music file storage. Or you can order it with your choice of either a 2TB or 4TB internal hard drive.
The N100H won a "Product of the Year" Award as "Music Server of the Year" from The Absolute Sound. "Aurender's N100H brings you a surprising amount of the technology, sound quality, and outstanding ergonomics of the flagship W20 for a fraction of the price."
"The N100H’s linear power supply and low noise custom USB audio output no doubt contribute greatly to its superb sound quality," notes, June 25, 2015 Overall the Aurender N100H succeeds in transporting the listener to another time and place through its terrific ability to reproduce audible illusions."
Innovative Technology
The N100 digital music player incorporates many innovations originally developed for the higher priced Aurender S10 and W20 models, including a solid-state drive cache for playback, which eliminates latency and drop-outs from NAS drives. The high performance USB digital audio output was developed using the same engineering as the USB outputs on the flagship Aurender W20.
Gigabit Ethernet LAN Port For Network Connectivity
For network connectivity, streaming, upgrades and file transfers, the N100 has a Gigabyte Ethernet port along with two USB 2.0 data ports for copying files from USB memories.
Aurender App With Convenient Features
The Aurender Conductor App turns the iPad into a versatile user interface for Aurender Music Players and makes managing, viewing and playing high resolution music collections a breeze. All settings and functions of the Aurender Music Server/Player can be easily accessed through the Settings menu of the Aurender App. An Android App (Lite Version) is also available.
Aurender Music Manager
The Aurender Music Server/Player series can play contents on your NAS by file/folder browsing. With the help of AMM for PC or Mac, the N100 and all other existing Aurender Music server series can display and use meta-tag information of the contents on the NAS the same as the content in the Aurender's internal Storage. AMM (Aurender Music Manager) software is available for Mac (OS X 10.9 or later) now. A Windows version will be available later.
Network Streaming With Solid-State Drive Cache For Playback
If a selected song or album is already cached to the solid-state drive, N100 will play from its internal solid-state drive. This minimizes wear and tear on the NAS drive. Also, caching songs to the solid-state drive for playback eliminates music quality degradation or even drop outs of music that might otherwise be caused by a non-optimal network connection from the NAS to the streamer.
Dedicated USB Audio Class 2.0 Output With Noise-Free Power Circuitry
The dedicated USB Audio Class 2.0 output is designed to deliver an exceptionally transparent audio signal free of noise and is shielded from outside electronic interference. A full linear power supply provides clean and stable power to the CPU circuit and the audio output circuit.
Remote Internet Technical Support
In the unlikely event that you have any difficulties with your N100, technical support is close at hand. Sending a Remote Support Request using the Aurender Conductor App allows engineers to quickly diagnose and fix problems over the Internet.