Naim Audio, purveyor of chic high-performance Hi-Fi systems, has introduced the ultimate music solution for headphone enthusiasts. The Uniti Atom Headphone Edition is an all-in-one high-end streaming audio system optimised for personal listening. Just connect your favourite cans and you’re good to go.
It’s the latest edition to the brand’s lauded range of Uniti music systems.
Unlike typical headphone amplifiers and DACs, there’s no need to hook-up a laptop or separate streaming source, this Uniti Atmos has everything onboard.
Naim’s own music-streaming platform has Qobuz, Apple Music, TIDAL and Spotify on-board, and it also receives Internet radio with a specially curated collection of HD-quality music stations. The system is also Roon Ready.
The Uniti Atom Headphone Edition is an all-in-one high-end streaming audio system with everything onboard…
Wireless connectivity on the Uniti Atom Headphone Edition includes Bluetooth, Chromecast built-in and AirPlay 2.
Not that you have to stay wireless. The compact (95 mm x 245 mm x 265 mm) unit also provides local hook-up for digital (with two digital optical audio inputs or a coaxial) and analogue music components, yes, that includes a turntable, as well as USB port for music playback. File support is broad, with resolutions up to 32bit/384kHz.
Beneath the hood, we’re told, there’s technology taken from Naim’s Statement amplifier, as well as a discrete transistor circuit design that offers balanced headphone outputs, on both 4 pin XLR and Pentaconn, in addition to a standard 6.3mm output.
The system can even serve as a streaming pre-amplifier, meaning you can add a pair of active loudspeakers for an instant stereo system.
The Uniti Atom Headphone Edition sells for £2,399. Naim Uniti music systems are available here.
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