Marantz is now offering owners of its NA7004 Network Audio Player (SRP: $799) a free Apple AirPlay upgrade, allowing them to stream dramatically better sounding music to rooms throughout their home. The AirPlay upgrade, available to NA7004 owners through a special limited time promotion at the Marantz website until December 31, 2011, lets users stream songs from their iTunes music libraries on Mac or PC, as well as music stored on their iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, through their Wi-Fi networks.
The Marantz NA7004 is a completely different type of digital music player that connects to your home network and reportedly improves the audio performance of music vs. standard players from virtually every source - including CDs, portable music players, iPhones and iPods, and Internet radio, as well as from online services like Pandora, Rhapsody, or Napster.
Users can even enjoy better sounding music from Bluetooth-enabled devices wirelessly, using the optional Marantz RX101 module.
"Marantz is a company that was founded on providing the very best music listening experience possible. Today's digital music revolution brings an incredible amount of freedom and convenience to music lovers," noted Jim Ludoviconi, Brand and Product Manager for Marantz America. "The Marantz NA7004 utilizes advanced sonic technologies that deliver all the power, dynamics, range and audio purity possible with digital music - just the way the artist intended it to be heard."