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AXPONA 2018 Show Report By Enjoy the Music.com
AXPONA 2018 Show Report -- Audio Expo North America

AURALiC To Feature Aries G1, Aries G2 Streamer And LEO GX

 

 

   AURALiC will be at AXPONA 2018 within Schaumburg H Meeting Room showcasing their new Aries G2 Wireless Streaming Transporter, Aries G1, and new LEO GX ($3899, and starting out at $2000 and $6500 respectively). The Aries G2 Wireless Streaming Transporter is the component that links your home audio system to sources of high-resolution digital music, streaming local or Internet content straight to your hi-fi. 

Adding high-resolution digital streaming to your system is as easy as connecting Aries G2 to your home network via Wi-Fi or Ethernet. Once connected, Aries G2 can access digital music that's stored anywhere on your network, and stream it to your DAC for decoding and playback on your system. Your digital library can be stored on any computer that's on your network for example, or on a dedicated media server (NAS drive) if you have one.

 

 

If you've got a digital library and want to simplify setup, Aries G2 also gives you the option to plug in a USB hard disk drive (or SSD) with your music on it -- or even install a drive internally so that Aries G2 becomes its own media server.

 

 

The Aries G2 supports nearly every digital music format and high-resolution music source, providing bit-perfect streaming up to DSD512. Whether on its own or working in consort with other G Series devices from AURALiC, the Aries G2 redefines the sound of digital audio connectivity.

 

 

AURALiC's Aries G2 is just one component in the all-new G2 lineup from AURALiC. The VEGA G2 Streaming DAC is available now, and still to come in the G Series are the SIRIUS G2 Upsampling Processor and the LEO GX Femto Reference Clock.

The company's G Series components are designed for stellar performance individually. But they really come into their own when they're joined using the new AURALiC Lightning Link communications protocol. That extra back-and-forth layer lets each piece perform its job most effectively, contributing its best to the tightly integrated whole.

 

 

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