Naim HDX Hard Disc Player

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The Naim HDX Hard Disc Player is a very impressive state of the art piece of hi-fi kit. Retailing at £4500, the Naim HDX Hard Disc Player is a high end player that archives "ripped" CDs in a bit perfect file format on its hard drive for future playback. Everything about the Naim HDX Hard Disc Player is geared towards top end hi-fidelity as you would expect of a machine costing nearly £5000. The Naim HDX Hard Disc Player has been designed from scratch by Naim and uses some very complex algorithms and advanced error checking to ensure the ripped music is a faithful copy of the original disk as well as a specially designed and optimised audio only transport mechanism with Naim firmware.

Unlike so many other hard disk players/music servers, the Naim HDX Hard Disc Player has two 400gb hard drives with one acting purely as a back up. As anyone in the computer industry will tell you, hard disks do fail now and again which is why most servers use mirrored drives. Rest assured, if a hard disk does fail in the Naim HDX Hard Disc Player, then you prize music collection will be preserved.

The Naim HDX Hard Disc Player can also play WAV, FLAC, AAC, MP3 and WMA and being network compatible and having an onboard USB port can play music from an external source. In addition if you want even better sound quality, then like so many other Naim products, there is an option of a dedicated power supply for the Naim HDX Hard Disc Player with the choice of the Naim XPS or CD555PS power supply.

Music servers are becoming ever more popular and with high end producers like Naim getting their hands dirty, the future looks bright for this type of product and the Naim HDX Hard Disc Player is a very high quality machine.

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