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PIONEER N-30-K NETWORK PLAYER DRIVER
The Pioneer is Pioneer N-30-K Network Player to sit in your home theater about 8 feet away! But help is at hand: The N comes with a brushed remote that is reassuringly heavy, as an audiophile might say.
Pioneer N-30-k Network Audio Player - Manufacturer Refurb
However, it's the same model that's used for the N, and so buttons such as "DIG IN 1" remain tantalizingly dormant. The N includes digital inputs, while the N does not.
Features The N is a music-focused network streamer with an Internet radio app. Last year, I wrote a manifesto on the 10 "must-have" features of Pioneer N-30-K Network Player media playerand the Pioneer is one of the few players that comes close to fulfilling this vision, with six of the boxes ticked. Some of these pluses include simple navigation via the front panel, USB playback of mobile devices, and excellent format support--at least on paper. I'm also disappointed to note the lack of streaming services, the provision of Net radio notwithstanding, and think that the smart consumer will at least want access to Pandora or Spotify.
The days of downloading and keeping your music stored at home are coming to a close, and with recent changes to Spotify, entire swathes of Kbps MP3s are available over the Interwebs. However, the N does include Apple's AirPlay, and as such it streams Pioneer N-30-K Network Player only your iTunes library via Wi-Fi but also compatible apps such as Spotify. Spotify now lets you store Starred songs on your PC or mobile device.
The device also comes with a dedicated iOS and Android controller app you can use to turn the device on and to pick content from the various network sources. It's free to download. The rPlay, in contrast, gives little away from Pioneer N-30-K Network Player pretty much blank face — relying on its sonic abilities rather than any obvious visual distractions. Still, there are no problems in setting up, so the leaflet steered us well enough. Directing the Pioneer to play a tune is a fairly logical, simple process.
How to build the perfect hi-fi system And in no time we are playing CD quality tracks from our Naim server. Likewise internet radio and tracks streamed from Spotify, both via Spotify Connect and the Pioneer N-30-K Network Player on the streamer itself.
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But how does it sound? It just sounds a bit flat.
No matter what the format played, the Pioneer lacks dynamism. However, that means both bass and treble notes fail to grab the attention. The lack of power to bass notes means the music sits in the Pioneer N-30-K Network Player, as opposed to getting our toes tapping in a proper listening session.
In fact, that sums up the NAE: Inevitably, we use the Arcam rPlay to Pioneer N-30-K Network Player up against the Pioneer for comparison, and the same piece, Habanero, from the same NAS device, suddenly springs effortlessly to life. Verdict That it is solid, reasonably simple to use and has most of the features one could want in such a unit are all big plusses for the NAE.
Pioneer N review: Pioneer N - CNET
Connected to an AV receiver, our network audio players are made Pioneer N-30-K Network Player enjoy the wide range of digital audio available today – wherever it's stored. They offer. Pioneer NAE review: a competent music streamer in many ways, but one It has an ethernet input for hard-wiring into your network, and twin aerials for a No matter what the format played, the Pioneer lacks dynamism.