Check out our video review, where we suggest some options: the two most popular seem to be EyeConnect from www.elgato.com and Allegro Music Server from www.allegrosoft.com
Hi, i've had my Naim Uniti for just over a week now and i am really pleased with the performance from all of it's inputs. I have the iPod cable and have also been streaming from a network storage device using my Sonos network. My question is how did my get the Uniti to stream Apple Lossless files from your Mac? i can see the network drive but not any music files. I have Macs & PC on my network.
Is the n-Link an actual buyable product now or did you have a pre-production sample?
I think it's always been an actual buyable product since the NaimUniti was announced: our one came complete with a proper box, little manual leaflet and all...
Have just been reading your latest issue of WHiFi, and its caused a little confusion. You have put the IPOD in the NOW ADD THESE section of the 'first tests review' of the Naim, yet in the same magazine have decided that the new rival portable from Sony
actually sounds better than the ipod. Given that this NAIM is a high-end and capable piece of kit which probably will have owners who are more interested in sound quality over a flashier interface why would you suggest the second best sound available to partner with it? Just curious ...
We said the Sony X-Series sounded marginally better than the iPod Touch, not the iPod Classic recommended in the NaimUniti review.
...And of course the n-Link cable works with iPods, not the Sony player!
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