Playback of music files stored on a hard-disk or via streaming from the Internet has arrived at the audiophile’s home. The MAN301 network player is a powerhouse in terms of features, versatility and sonic quality. Using the professionally maintained Gracenote database for metadata and cover art fetching, the MAN301 has a big edge over competing devices.
The MAN301 is an extremely versatile Music Archive manager and Network Player with an Apple® iPad remote control unit and e.g. a NAS type external storage medium. It is a system for music archiving, music library maintenance, music playback, CD ripping and playback, Internet radio streaming and more.
The latest additions are:
A gold plated version celebrating our 30 year company anniversary.
A new D/A circuitry with a discrete output stage and stellar performance.
A complete MAN301 system consists of:
The MAN301 Base Station.
An external NAS (Network Attached Storage) device, typically a hard disk or an array of harddisks. This allows for virtually unlimited storage space for music files.
An iPad device with the Weiss MAN app for remote control of the Base Station.
A means of accessing the Internet by the Base Station for fetching CD cover art, CD metadata or for streaming music.