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Cary Audio, based in North Carolina has announced today the new DMS-500 Digital Music Streamer.DMS-500_silver_front

“The DMS-500 Digital Music Streamer is a groundbreaking design that not only meets the Hi-Fidelity demands of today, but also the future” the company say and whilst it’s hard to call something future proof this unit will stream native PCM up to 32 bit 384 kHz, and DSD 64, 128, 256, 512.

The DMS-500 allows streaming any files from any MAC or PC computer(s), NAS drives, and Internet Music Services. To go one step further, directly connecting USB hard drives, thumb drives, or SD Cards allows for “computer-less” playback of digital music. DMS-500_silver_left

TruBit™ PCM and DSD technology converts PCM to DSD 64, 128, 256, or up to 768 kHz in PCM

There is a 5” full colour HD to allow you to see artwork  and all pertinent track information. DMS500_back

Additional features include built in Tidal, Spotify, aptX® lossless fi™ Bluetooth, legacy inputs of Coaxial (x2), Optical (x1), AES/EBU (x1), Coaxial and Optical outputs, RCA and XLR fully balanced outputs, OSO™ Re-clocking, and a full 3 volt variable volume control.

Weight:  23.5 lbs.

Dimensions:  3.75″ H x 17.25″ W x 16.25 ” D

DMS-500 Retail Price:  $4,995

The DMS-500 is now shipping.

 

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