World Class Music Streaming Hardware Brand Aurender Finds New Australian Home
Aurender, the acclaimed brand that has earned an enviable reputation for music streaming hardware, has appointed Melbourne-based Synergy Audio Visual as its exclusive Australian distributor.
With a range of streaming solutions from its entry-level N150 ($5,995 RRP) high-performance caching Music Server / Streamer right through to the flagship N30SA dual chassis design with 8TB SSD storage included at $39,995 RRP.
The vast and versatile range includes models equipped with internal DACs, headphone amplifiers, MQA compatibility and native support for TIDAL, Qobuz and Spotify music streaming services.
Aurender products are developed and manufactured in Korea, while product design takes place in California, USA. As one of the first brands to embrace and specialise in digital streaming hardware, the company is now releasing products that have been refined over several product generations.
Phil Sawyer, Managing Director at Synergy Audio Visual, told StereoNET:
Synergy Audio is proud to welcome Aurender to its portfolio of premium audio brands. Aurender delivers music servers and storage solutions with unparalleled sound, unique features, and the best user experience.
Aurender is known for going the extra mile in hardware development. The company constantly strives for excellence, from SSD caching and linear power supplies to galvanised USB outputs. Aurender also provides a premium maintenance mode that supports all units, allowing Aurender technicians to access and remotely troubleshoot.
Aurender's proprietary Conductor app allows you to manage your entire music library (available on iOS and Android). Managing both personal music and content from streaming services, the Conductor app centralises everything to one cohesive library, providing the ultimate user experience.
Aurender products come with 3-year parts and labour warranty when purchased from authorised dealers within Australia.
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