We are proud to announce that the DMS-700 has received Roon Ready certification from Roon Labs.
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Cary Audio customer, Tim P., wrote an amazing product review on our DMS-700 Network Audio Player.
With the DMS and AiOS products we often get asked, “how do I use other streaming audio services besides what’s supported in the DMS and AiOS?”
Cary Audio customer, M. Shelton, sent us beautiful photos and details of his home audio system in Pasadena, California featuring our DMS-600 network audio player, SLP-05 preamplifier with the ultimate upgrade, and the CAD-805AE monoblock power amplifiers.
Cary Audio customer, James Stephens, sent us a beautiful photo and details of his home audio system in New Jersey featuring our DMS-600 Network Audio Player and SLP-05 preamplifier with the Ultimate Upgrade.
Generally speaking, most music lovers agree the higher the quality the turntable and cartridge, the better the sound. Even back in the day, most music lovers would agree the higher the quality the cassette deck the better the sound. As CDs matured, music lovers agreed the higher the quality the CD player the better the sound.
Join Cary Audio this weekend, April 12-14th, at the 2019 AXPONA Show in Room #706 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel & Convention Center in Schaumburg, IL.
Cary Audio is pleased to announce the addition of high resolution music streaming service Qobuz to our new DMS-550 and DMS-600 network audio streamers. Like all firmware upgrades to our DMS platform, the new Qobuz firmware is absolutely FREE and available now. If your DMS-550 or DMS-600 doesn’t automatically prompt you, simply go into the firmware menu setting and check for updates. Be sure your app is also updated with the new version …Read More
So, you have an older DAC with only coaxial and optical inputs (SPDIF) and wish you could stream music to it directly from the internet without an expensive streaming add-on. Or, perhaps you have a USB DAC but don’t always want a computer to do your internet streaming bidding. If these scenarios describe you, then you’re really asking, “how do I get a network connection directly to my non-network DAC?”
What do DACs, digital streamers, network audio players, CD players and other digital audio players all have in common? They play “digital music,” obviously. But do you also know they all must convert the digital bits, 0’s and 1’s, into analog sound, the sound we hear? That’s the job of the DAC (digital to analog converter) inside the unit.