Naim Audio has added new HD radio channels for its streaming-capable speakers, including Naim Jazz HD and Naim Classical HD stations, and an updated Naim Radio HD. Those who own Naim Mu-so and Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation wireless speakers, Uniti Atom, Star and Nova systems, and ND 5 XS2, NDX 2, ND 555 players will be able to stream the new stations in 44.1kHz/16-bit FLAC quality, and existing stations at resolutions as high as 96kHz/24-bit. Additionally, legacy Naim streaming products have been updated with AAC 320kbps streams.
• Visit the Naim Audio website for additional details and a full radio streaming guide
• Check out our review of the Naim Mu-So 2nd Generation wireless speaker
• Also, be sure to read our reviews of the Naim Uniti Nova and the Naim Uniti Atom
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Naim Audio, the British specialist with almost 50 years of hi-fi expertise, is delighted to announce new and higher-quality radio options for users of its streaming speakers, systems and separates – all freely available from today.
Dedicated Naim Jazz HD and Naim Classical HD stations will join a revamped Naim Radio HD stream; all three available in up to CD quality. They will join a dedicated HD Radio category to browse and enjoy from the Naim App. This curated collection of the highest-quality radio streams from around the world, including Radio X, Intense Radio, the full Radio Paradise network, Frequence 3 network, NRJ Paris, Rondo Classic and Sector Network.
“The new Naim Radio HD channels are home to the entire, updated Naim Records back catalogue – covering everything from some of the very first classic releases, right up to the electrifying debut tracks from latest signing, Fable - truly showcasing our eclectic and exciting roster,” said James Tailby, Naim Records manager.
Users of Naim Mu-so and Mu-so Qb 2nd Generation wireless speakers, Uniti Atom, Star and Nova systems, and ND 5 XS2, NDX 2, ND 555 players will be able to enjoy the three new Naim Radio stations as high-quality, 16bit/44.1kHz FLAC streams, and the HD Radio selection at their native resolutions – some as high as 24bit/96kHz.
Meanwhile, users of legacy Naim streaming products also get a quality upgrade, with AAC 320kbps streams now available, matching the highest-quality output from BBC Radio stations.
The higher-quality radio options will be available via the Naim App from today; no software upgrade required.
For more information on Naim Audio visit www.naimaudio.com.