Arcam's rPlay DAC adds both wireless and wired audio streaming to any system.

Arcam's rPlay DAC adds audio streaming to any system.

Source: Official website, Last Accessed: 2017/01/25

The rPlay is the latest addition to the rSeries and allows you to add network audio streaming services and internet radio to any system using DTS PlayFi, Apple Airplay or UPnP enabled music sources. It also features an S/PDIF output that can be connected to an AVR, such as the AVR850, or any other DAC or amplifier with a compatible digital input.
According to the details published, the rPlay benefits from Arcam’s more than twenty years of digital audio expertise and use the finest quality parts in a layout that is optimized for low noise and minimum distortion. The four-layer PCB allows Arcam's designers to maximize the quality of the ground plane to further reduce interference between components. The use of multiple low noise individually regulated power supplies ensures the rPlay delivers the cleanest signal to the audiophile quality output stage. As well as a fixed line level analogue output, the rPlay also features a variable analogue output which uses the same volume control as the A49 flagship amplifier.
The rPlay’s WiFi is compatible with 802.11 b/g/n but the device also hosts a wired Ethernet (RJ45) connector for the most reliable results from the home network.
“The rPlay is one of the simplest ways to enjoy streaming audio services regardless of platform and brings Arcam quality sound to a whole new generation of music lovers” the company says. The rPlay will be available from February 2017.

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