Marantz NA-11S1 Reference Network Audio Player and DAC
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Open up a new world of exciting audio content with the NA-11S1 reference-class Network Audio Player and DAC, which includes a host of internet streaming and device connectivity options.
Listen to Computer, Web-based and Portable Digital Media
Equipped with an RJ-45 LAN port, you can connect the NA-11S1 to your home network to access thousands of internet radio stations and music streaming via Pandora, SiriusXM and Spotify. There’s a front panel USB type A port that lets you connect your portable device directly, and it features automatic iPod detection and charging, even during standby mode.
Via AirPlay and your wireless home network, you can stream content from your iTunes library directly to the NA-11S1, and you can also access your iTunes content with the direct PC connection.
Rugged, Durable Construction
As befits its reference-class status, the NA-11S1 features a rugged chassis with internal copper-plated surfaces. The thick 5mm top panel can easily support the weight of an additional component, and the dual-layer bottom plate and die-cast aluminum cabinet feet provide solid rigidity along with additional resistance from external vibrations.
Exclusive Output Technology Ensures Faithful Playback
For optimum audio fidelity, the NA-11S1 features high current, high resolution audiophile D/A converters, operating in differential mode for the lowest noise and widest dynamic range. The critical post-D/A current-to-voltage conversion is handled by the latest Marantz HDAM-SA2 devices, which feature precision discrete components in lieu of standard op amp chips.