Audiolab Omnia portable Hi Res Audio player possesses excellent sound fidelity and flexible compatibility with any form of music playing, giving you the best listening experience. At £1,599 on Amazon.co.uk, and $2,299.99 on Amazon.com, compared to a multi-featured hi-fi best music player system, the Omnia will save users a decent investment in wires and other devices, just plug and play, no need to go through the cumbersome hassles merging steps.
Audiolab Omnia’s full feature set includes a network streamer, CD transport, Hi-Res DAC, and analog preamp cum power amp. The new audio player is well compatible with all current forms of music playback from Ethernet/WiFi stream, music streaming from mobile devices via Bluetooth, CD player, turntable plug. All you need to add is a The speakers are ready to start listening to music. Audiolab Omnia uses a 32-bit Saber ESS ES9038Q2M DAC chip that supports 32-bit/768kHz PCM decoding, up to DSD512. Class-AB power amp circuit.
Audiolab Omnia is well compatible with Spotify, Tidal, Deezer, Qobuz, Amazon Music streaming services… connected via the Play-Fi app. Users can also choose to listen to internet radio channels or stream 24-bit/192kHz Hi-Res music over Ethernet/WiFi. Omnia also supports decoding MQA directly instead of just streaming MQA like some rival product lines, thereby providing higher sound quality and smoother working performance.
By supporting the Play-Fi protocol, Omnia can wirelessly connect to other devices that support this technology, allowing users to set up multi-room networks more easily. The Omnia is also Roon compatible and comes with a 60-day trial with purchase.
App Play-Fi is compatible with iOS, Android, and PC supports Amazon Alexa virtual assistant.
With a physical format, the Omnia supports CD playback and connects to the turntable via the MM-phono pin (JFET circuit standard for ultra-low noise and RIAA support). Users need to plug in the turntable, and it’s ready to listen to music, no need to set up anything more.
The built-in portable CD player on the Omnia will let you enjoy your CD collection with ease. The CD case is mounted on a sturdy aluminum base frame for the most effective vibration reduction.
Audiolab Omnia has connections including 2 USB inputs (Type-A and Type-B), 4 S/PDIF inputs (2 coaxial, 2 optical), 1 Ethernet port, 4 RCA analog inputs, and 1 MM- phono input to plug the turntable. Outputs include gold-plated speaker pins, 6.3mm headphone output (with separate headphone amp), coaxial and optical. The machine can also plug in an external preamp/power amp to bypass the integrated amp circuit. Omnia’s wireless connectivity includes dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth 5.
The front of the Audiolab Hi Res Audio player is a 4.3-inch color screen that displays the quality parameters of the music in use, as well as the music format being played and track details. The display can also display the VU meter (optional analog or digital) with real-time dB readings for the left/right channel.
Recently, Yamaha introduced a new compact CD player CD-S303, of course very contemporary, and does not only focus on playing the small silver discs. Various digital music formats are also welcome via the USB interface on the front. The Yamaha CD player supports high-resolution formats with a resolution of up to 96 kHz and 24 bit. Technically, the CD player is optimized for sound, it includes the so-called Pure Direct circuit.