The N1A/2 from Melco is intended to improve on the originals sonic performance, particularly for those using USB DACs. It can store a whole library of your music on its on-board drives and costs £2099 as tested. Dan Worth plugs it into his network and assesses its attributes. 

“Melco was originally established in 1973 – Maki Engineering Laboratory Company.  Mr Maki – one of the true original audiophiles and founder of Melco still remains Chairman of the company today and at 84 years old is still an avid audiophile. In 1973 Melco were producing high end Japanese hand crafted turntables and valve electronics. Manufacturing and turn over was very successful indeed…”

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