Making its debut at ISE is the new LA4-D music server from Lode Audio.
Lode Audio co-founder Alex Miller said: “We showed the prototype at CEDIA in September and found our conversations with custom integrators extremely helpful in refining the design and capabilities of the LA4-D. Lode Audio is dedicated to the CI channel and interested in working with the best integrators.
“Clients ask for Sonos because they’ve never been shown a music server platform that sounds better and is as intuitive to use. It’s time they heard and experienced what they’ve been missing.”
The LA4-D 4-zone music server features coaxial and optical SPDIF as well as analogue stereo per zone outputs, with all outputs simultaneously active for every zone, offering highly flexible installation options.
Analogue outputs use 32-bit Burr Brown DACs and a volume pass-through feature enables the control of third party amps via Lode apps.