Music Fidelity Released The MX-Stream
British hi-fi manufacturer Music Fidelity released the MX-Stream.
The MX-Stream is Music Fidelity’s first stand-alone streamer. It’s their affordable entry-level high-end streamer. So what should you expect from this release?
Music Fidelity’s MX-Stream
The MX-Stream is a universal, transport-only network device that can take any online or network streaming service to your integrated amplifier or DAC.
The MX-Stream offers full Roon-Ready certification and support for all lossless high-resolution streaming services available now. Play any hi-res formats (up to 32bit/384kHz and DSD256) and standard network features like NAS support, USB hard drive support, UPNP/DLNA, Bluetooth, Shareport (for iOS devices), web radio, CD-ripping (with external USB CD Drive) with automated tagging and automatic music library indexing.
- 2 x USB A, 1 x Micro USB B (PC-Detox)
- Network (Ethernet, Wifi 802.11 b/g/n/d/e/h/i)
- Bluetooth (Bluetooth Classic + EDR v2.1, v3.0, v4.0 and Low Energy)
Outputs include: Audio optimised USB A and HDMI (video).
The MX-Stream retails at £795 at its distributor, Henley Audio. You can find more information here.