22nd September 2017 -
Naim new Uniti range now on demo- Author:
Your music collection reimagined.
Introducing Uniti by Naim.
A revolutionary new streaming platform.
This is not just a cosmetic update; Naim has invested £4m and spent 4 years re-designing & re-engineering the entire Uniti platform and every product within it. Naim has undertaken a root and branch revamp of its complete Uniti range from the ground up.
The original Uniti was launched in 2009, it received numerous awards from all over the world and was a big success for Naim. Now there's a new industrial design with the stylish rotary dial on the top of the units taken from the hugely successful Mu-so and Mu-so Qb range. The casework is new too, but retains that familiar signature Naim look and finish. Another key improvement is the large, full-colour display on the front panel of the players which shows menus, album artwork and track details.
Firstly the Uniti Core, with built-in CD ripper and configurable hard drive replaces the UnitiServe and can store up to 10,000 albums in CD quality for playback through a network-connected player.
Next, comes the Uniti Atom streaming music player, with 40W per channel Class A/B amplification. The Atom also enables you to store up to 20,000 tracks on a USB stick or external USB hard disc.
The Uniti Star boosts the amplification to 70W per channel. It comes with a built-in CD drive for playing CDs or ripping them to its internal storage.
And topping the new line-up is the truly audiophile Uniti Nova delivering a solid 80W per channel.
Standard features across the three players include Google Cast for Audio, Apple AirPlay, Tidal, Spotify Connect, aptX HD Bluetooth, vTuner internet radio and UPnP (universal plug and play) hi-res streaming.
There's comprehensive file format support, including DSD 64 and 128, WAV up to 32-bit/384kHz, FLAC, AIFF and ALAC (Apple Lossless) up to 24-bit/384kHz, plus AAC and MP3 up to 16-bit/48kHz.