The MMS-1e whole-house music streamer featuring proprietary eAudioCast audio-over-Ethernet technology is being to be showcased at ISE 2017 by Autonomic. The eAudioCast technology makes it less difficult to bring high resolution digital audio along with streaming content to even the most challenging to reach zones in any project, claims the company.
The MMS-1e also resides in a new compact form factor, enabling integrators to easily locate the music streamer along with source devices anywhere in the home or in a traditional structured wiring enclosure.
The completely solid state MMS-1e music streamer represents a new entry-level product for Autonomic that will broaden the opportunities for integrators to deliver premium entertainment solutions, particularly to those clients focused on enjoying streaming content throughout the home.
The Autonomic eSeries MMS-1e is a single or dual stream whole-house music player featuring advanced eAudioCast audio-over-Ethernet technology that transforms the single stream offered on the MMS-1e into two network streams when paired with any Autonomic eSeries amplifier. For applications requiring more than two simultaneous music streams, integrators can easily add additional MMS-1e streamers, each of which will make two additional eAudioCast programmes available.
The MMS-1e supports all popular streaming services, high-resolution audio up to 192 kHz /24bit and is compatible with the most popular smart home platforms. It supports one analogue output through its onboard 192 kHz /24 bit DAC, plus mirrored high resolution PCM digital outputs in both Coax, HDMI and USB to DAC formats.