NAC-HD1 by SONY, the HDD Digtial Music Server

26 04 2007


This is the NAC-HD1 250GB HDD digital music server, Sony‘s new sound system component. The included CD player will rip your albums onto its hard drive, with space for up to 125,000 tunes. The system can also stream content to other hardware compatible with the DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) standard. You’ll be interested to know it’s the Giga Juke’s brother, who got bigger and more capable after a short vacation at Godzilla’s beach home.

The NAC-HD1 also boasts a AM/FM tuner and lets you to schedule the recording of radio programs. There’s a 4.3-inch color LCD display and USB port on the unit’s front. Unfortunately, the NAC-HD1 needs a Wi-Fi adapter to get into your wireless network. There are plans to release this in Europe around late Spring or early Summer.

  • Hard Drive Micro System with CD and DAB/AM Tuner
    S-Master Amplifier (85W x 2 (RMS))
    HDD 250GB (Stores up to 125,000 songs)
    Up to 16x High Speed CD Ripping to HDD
    4.3 inch color LCD Display
    Wireless LAN Adapter / Dongle Ready
    Recording Formats: Linear PCM / ATRAC / MP3
    Auto Title Labelling by pre-installed and CDDB via Internet
    Measures 430 × 290 × 110 mm
    Weighs 7.2 kg

Good Bye DRM……..




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