Astell&Kern AK100 II Brushed Aluminium Portable High Fidelity Sound System - Amazon Spain

Astell&Kern AK100 II Brushed Aluminium Portable High Fidelity Sound System - Amazon Spain

Found 5th Mar 2015
Currently £800 on

Amazing savings with the current exchange rate.

For a limited time only, customers who purchase a new Astell&Kern AK100II, AK120II or AK240 portable music player will receive a FREE £50 Qobuz voucher - the perfect way to kick-start or add to their high-resolution music collection.

PLUS, as a thank you for supporting this new promotion, Astell&Kern will provide you with 6 month’s FREE access to the Qobuz ‘Hi-Fi’ streaming service, worth £19.99 a month. Use this CD-quality service in-store to demonstrate your products, AND at home afterwards!

This promotion will run until 30th June 2015. Redeemable at Qobuz with product serial number.

Studio quality audio playback with 24 Bit audio support;
Take your whole music collection on the go with up to 192GB of storage capacity;
Accurate channel balance when increasing volume;
Fast and responsive, intuitive & easy to navigate interface with search function;
MQS streaming from NAS and HD content download straight to the device as well as OTA firmware updates;
Elegant design and sturdy build for long lasting durability;
Endless file format compatibility;
Balanced out to balanced power amplifier or balanced terminated headphones/earphones for better stereo separation and a dedicated ground to eliminate crosstalk and interference;
USB-DAC function for PC and MAC system;
Optical output for use as digital source;
Effective means to enjoy high quality music in a car, on the go or as part of a home reference system;
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Can you connect to speakers powered
I think I would need to have my ears refurbished before I could justify spending £600 on an iPod. Possibly a good deal for someone, but not me.
My music collection would not fit on 192GB.
Its lossless flac at maximum compression and all ripped from originals i still own using dbpoweramp.

Do they do a 1TB version?
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