January 04, 2011 — Article
Cambridge Audio has revealed its NP30 networked music player.
First announced earlier this year, the NP30 is promised to be “the first in an exciting series of products to satisfy the digital music generation” and offers 24-bit audio playback, streaming music services and internet radio stations, as well as a free remote control app for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Also at CES, the British company plans to unveil its new UuVol ‘organic digital platform’ which will combine the streaming services, internet radio and remote control in a single, easy to use and search, interface.
The NP30 is designed to stream audio only from any UPnP-equipped device and includes 24-bit/96kHz support for studio quality uncompressed files, as well as MP3, AAC, Ogg Vorbis and lossless FLAC and WAV files.
Streaming music services such as Pandora and Rhapsody are supported in North America, so we’re hopeful that similar tie-ins will be confirmed in the UK.
Slated for a Spring 2011 release, the Cambridge Audio NP30 network music player will set you back £400.