Antipodes Audio Announces Music Server Range

April 12, 2012

NZ-BASED COMPANY Antipodes Audio has announced the launch of its range of music servers and computer audio products, and is offering a special introductory direct offer with savings of up to $1000 on a server.

The Antipodes Music Server is optimised for high-end audio using state of the art software, design and audio grade computer parts. Options include:

– Internal music storage options of 1TB, 2TB, 3TB and 4TB, plus internal RAID options.

– External music storage via USB, eSata or connected to a NAS.


– Automatic high quality ripping and tagging – slide the CD in and it will slide back out when it is finished.

– Never any need to connect a keyboard, mouse or screen to the music server, or to ever interface with its software.

– Music is controlled via any computing device connected to your network, such as your PC, Mac, iPad, iPod, iPhone, Android tablet or smartphone.

– Open source solid software platform with a huge user base; your music can be readily copied to or from the server, and backed up providing an unencrypted mirror of your music library.

– Output via USB using SOtM PCI to USB interface.

– Online support.

Why only USB output on the Antipodes Music Server and not SPDIF or AES/EBU? The simple reason is that they are technically inferior. If a DAC uses asynchronous USB then the system clock is in the DAC itself. With SPDIF or AES/EBU, the system clock is in the computer server and therefore prone to additional jitter introduced via the SPDIF or AES/EBU interface.

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