Naim serves two types of user. True high fidelity “multi-room” music throughout the house as part of a fully integrated home, and the “connected hi-fi” concept which will appeal to a customer who simply wants to extend their hi-fi system into another room or two without compromise of sound or control.
Whilst more music content will no doubt come into your home via the internet, the transferring of your valuable CD collection into a digital storage device can be done well or averagely. All Naim’s servers feature “archival quality, bit-perfect transfer” from the original CD which means your source music will be as good as possible. The Naim system will also find and catalogue other media on your home network and make it appear as one seamless collection.
The range comprises two room amplifiers, a multiple DAB/FM IP tuner (capable of providing 4 users with different stations at the same time), a single tuner and a comprehensive range of music servers all which sound as you would expect from Naim.
Control of the system has now expanded and includes i-Touch, Philips Pronto, Web tablets, PCs, Crestron or even… from the front panel of the HDX Hard disc music player.
The Naim Uniti, Naim Audio’s first ever all-in-one audio player, comprising:- CD player, integrated amplifier, DAB/FM tuner, Internet radio, iPod dock, digital-to-analogue converter, music file player, network stream player combined with legendary Naim musical quality, engineering integrity, design sophistication and interface know-how. Quite a mouthful.
The 50-Watt-per channel integrated amplifier based on the award winning NAIT 5i is combined with a CD player based on the similarly acclaimed CD5i, and a digital-to-analogue converter. It has the ability to play streamed audio files wirelessly from UPnP™ server or internet radio stations, and separate inputs for USB memory sticks carrying audio files such as iPods and mp3 players. It can playback Windows Media–formatted content, AAC, Apple Lossless (from your iPod), FLAC and WAV formats and thanks to NaimUniti’s internal DAC, external digital audio sources, such as satellite TVs or games consoles, are a breeze too. The optional n-Link cable "allows the NaimUniti user to connect and charge their iPod through the NaimUniti’s dedicated rear panel iPod input.
If space is an issue, and top quality sound is a must, then this new offering from Naim could be for you. You just need to add a pair of speakers
As Naim dub the Uniti ‘All in one, for one and all’.