The new EMM Labs NS1 Network Streamer ($4500the smallest of the three products in the above photo), due in two months, seems to be Ed Meitner’s response to the dCS Network Bridge. The NS1 will decode up to 24/192 PCM and DSD 64 and fully unfold MQA, and is a Roon-ready endpoint. In addition, when connected via the company’s proprietary Optilink to other EMM Labs products, including the DV2 Integrated Converter that received a rave when I reviewed it for Stereophile, the NS1 can be optically isolated from the network to reduce noise. The NS1’s inputs include ethernet and USB; its outputs, in addition to the aforementioned Optilink, include AES and Toslink.
As should be clear from the above photo, the NS1 can also stream music from a host of services, including Tidal and Qobuz.
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