Innuos Zenith Mk II
Une alimentation très soignée qui offre un silence numérique absolu.
Une parfaite compatibilité avec Roon, Tidal et Qobuz.
Il intègre un rippeur de CD (Slot in de chez Teac)
- Stockage sur SSD
- Dual Ethernet Ports pour réseau et lecteur réseau (avec transformateur d’isloation)
- In-Memory playback with 4GB Cache
- sortie USB ultra silencieuse.
- Quad-core Intel CPU 2Ghz, 8GB RAM
- Chassis anti vibrations
- Alimentation linéaire avec design ultra silencieuse utilisant des capacités Nichicon MUSE et filtres de grade médicale.
Version 1 To SSD: 2699 euros
Version 2 To SSD: 3499 euros
Version 4 To SSD: 5399 euros
Test de l’Innuos Zenith lors de son arrivée chez Hifi Link:
Les serveurs Innuos obtiennent absolument tous les prix dans la catégories des serveurs musicaux:
“From a sonic perspective, as part of a quality system that’s transparent and highly resolved, a digital transport to stream audio files from makes a difference. Here the Zenith MkII did a terrific job as a career audiophile of purist leanings: tonally neutral, ultra resolved, rhythmically in the pocket and spatially dimensional. At its price, I’m not aware of competitors which objectively would be “more correct” – merely those that do it different if no better. Chapeau time! Where total packaging is concerned (fit’n’finish, ease of use, sheer access speed and sound), the Innuos ties it up with a bow.”
“Just perfect – was Stereo’s verdict
The well-regarded German Hi-Fi magazin Stereo review focuses on the Zenith’s usability while praising its value-for-money. This detailed look on how the operating system and playback apps are structured gives a good introduction on how easy it is to use one of our music servers.”
“HiFi Live awarded the Zenith the Best Quality/Price ratio Award
After reviewing the Zenith, HiFi Live – a reference Spanish Hi-Fi blog, concluded that the Zenith is destined to become a true success given its high quality construction standards, its very complete and easy to use interface and its irreprehensible operation. HiFi Live considered the Zenith to be the most complete example of how much digital reproduction has advanced.”
Well done, Innuos
The reference Portuguese blog HiFi Clube reviewed the Zenith and considered it to be versatile, stable and user-friendly. From a sound quality perspective JVH found it produced a “juicy” sound with texture, dynamics and harmonic richness.
It’s solid, pretty job of real aficionados.
My laptop has been adapted to play files, since it features SSD, and one of the latest versions of the JPlay software player installed personally by Martin Ostapowicz, and I had a chance to use it with dozens of different DACs, so I know it well.
The server under review offers better performance, hands down. In terms of reliability, convenience and sound quality.