07. July 2014 · Write a comment · Categories: Hifi News · Tags:

Simple Audio has announced a two-month offer to customers giving them the opportunity to try music Roomplayer+_love_mestreaming in their home with the new Roomplayer+ for 30 days on a ’30 days to love me’ guarantee.
Music streaming is on the rise as we are all aware and the Simple Audio Roomplayer+ is not only high-res and capable of streaming 24/192 tracks to multiple rooms, but it also has a number of cool features, including multi-library, multi-user and multi-room, with easy control and music discovery too.
If customers purchase a Roomplayer+ or Roomplayer+ with Amp, anytime during July and August, and decide that it’s not for them within 30 days, they can return it to the store for a full refund or exchange.
• The ‘Roomplayer +with Amp’ featuring an on-board Class D amp that outputs 50 Watts per channel that is designed for direct connection to a pair of loudspeakers and costs £699.
• The ‘Roomplayer+’ (no amp) with high performance signal handling and a high resolution DAC with all the analogue and digital connections needed to connect to a hi-fi system. This version costs £599.

 

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