High quality audio and home cinema specialists, Denon, have announced that their HEOS Drive whole home audio solution will now boast high resolution audio compatibility amongst its many other features.
The HEOS Drive is a four zone, eight channel, 2U-high product that integrates into control systems like Control4, Crestron, RTI, URC and Elan. Those four zones will now be of high-resolution audio playback, whilst the HEOS Drive also incorporates Class D amplification and streaming all from a single chassis.
Beyond the high resolution audio, the Denon HEOS Drive also boasts a slew of other notable features. These include WAV and FLAC files up to 24-bit/96kHz and 24-bit/192kHz, respectively, and DSD files that include 2.8MHz and 5.6MHz.
The drive’s amplifier section, too, is rated to produce 60-watts per channel, and incorporates installer-friendly features such as four 12-volt triggers, two Ethernet ports, selectable stereo/mixed mono output, and selectable high-pass/low-pass filters.
A choice of streaming services, such as Spotify, Pandora, TuneIn, Amazon Music, TIDAL, SiriusXM, MOOD:Mix, iHeartRadio and others, are compatible with the drive, which is also capable of playing locally stored digital audio files from a network or content stored on USB drives.
In addition to the products ability to integrate with a raft of control systems, what’s more, Denon also claim that the HEOS Drive provides a choice of control apps that are available for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire products.