The device is designed to match the company's Classic line of electronics, with a metal base and acrylic front.
It supports both IR and RF transmission, and the built-in screen can display information from compatible components in your system.
The click-wheel control has the same functionality as the buttons on Electrocompaniet's amplifiers and CD players.
The ECT 3 also supports the firm's Prelude Line kit, including the PD 1 DAC. When combined with the PD 1, the ECT 3 can also be used for controlling playlists on your computer.
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Electrocompaniet says the ECT 3 will be available in June for £300.