Latching onto the fast growing popularity of music streamers, Cyrus is launching a new range of products in Australia that cater to the need to be able to access entire music collections without searching for individual CDs, being able to listen to thousands of global internet radio stations and download music at higher than CD quality.
The Stream X, Stream XP and Streamline players offer a new platform for the company, which has invested its R&D into developing products that are intuitive and easy to use.
It also has a stylish interface which has been appropriately named n-remote, which is a two-way Wi Fi control unit allowing control of all Cyrus streaming music players’ features.
Users can browse music libraries, select albums, artists, tracks or listen to music from a vast range of internet based radio stations, all chosen from the touch of a few buttons on the n-remote.
The large full colour screen makes navigating through music very easy with intuitive controls that are a delight to use.
The n-remote will not only control all of your Cyrus products, it can also control many other devices around your home.
The Stream X includes five digital inputs, headphone socket, UPnP streaming support with 24/96 compatibility, tunein Internet Radio (formerly Radiotime), gives full control from the front panel, USB input – iPod (digital) or memory stick and can play music over Ethernet or wireless. It also has RS232 control and gives gapless playback, for an RRP of $2,599.
The Stream XP includes the same features with the addition of a built in audiophile pre amplifier and fixed output. It is also upgradeable with a QX DAC and PSX-R. It retails at $3699.
Meanwhile the Streamline features set retails at $2999 and includes a pre amplifier and fixed output, an integrated amplifier and is also upgradeable.
The products will be available in Australia later this month.