This week McIntosh launched its MHA50 portable DAC/headphone amp, Pioneer revealed two stereo receivers that embrace multiroom tech and Dynaudio announced its wireless speaker range simply called Music.
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McIntosh is jumping into the portable DAC market with the MHA50.
Featuring a 32-bit DAC that supports DSD256, DXD384 and PCM files up to 32bit/192kHz, the 3000mAh rechargeable battery has enough charge for six hours of Bluetooth playback.
The MHA50 also includes the company's proprietary Headphone Crossfeed Director, most notably found in its high-end amplifiers.
It'll cost £895 and go on sale in November. And it's NOT called a portable DAC, oh no.
Pioneer's latest stereo receivers, the SX-10AE and SX-N30AE, are built with multiroom in mind.
The SX-10AE has four analogue inputs, a line out and a sub pre-out. The SX-N30AE has more connections with six analogue inputs, a moving magnet phono input, optical and coaxial sockets as well as a line out and sub connection.
Multiroom options are available thanks to compatibility with FireConnect, DTS Play-Fi and Chromecast.
Both are out in October, with the SX-10AE at £230 and the SX-N30AE at £550.
Dynaudio has revealed its Music range of wireless speakers, made up of the Music 1, 3, 5 and 7.
They can observe your listening habits and offer in-app tailored playlists thanks to Dynaudio's Music Now algorithm. The range can also adapt to the room environment and optimise performance based on where they sit.
If you're going to Indulgence Show this weekend, you'll be able to see the range in person.
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