|Warranty length||2 Years|
|Product Award||HiFi Choice Recommended|
Outputs: XLR, RCA, SP/DIF
Inputs: TOS, SP/DIF, USB-A/B, WiFi, LAN
Wi-Fi Mode: WEP (64/128B), WPA/2
Audio: WAV, AIFF, FLAC, MP3,
Other Formats: AAC, WMA, OGG, ALAC
Control: IR, Trigger, RS232
Frequency Response: 32 – 192kHz
Signal to Noise: 120dB
Output impedance: 100Ω; XLR 110Ω
XLR/RCA Output: Both 2.2V
Max Power Consumption: 20W
Standby Power Consumption: 0.5W
Dimensions (WDH): 430 x 370 x 95 mm
Weight: 8.5 kg
Primare NP30 takes the network player and adds Primare build quality and design - the result is an accomplished and fully-featured network player that can become the heart of any high-end hi-fi system with consummate ease.
The NP30 adds audiophile quality streaming capability to any music system, as well as internet radio and gapless audio playback via UPnP devices such as a computer or mac. The NP30 is styled to Primare's famous minimalist aesthetic, consisting of clean lines, and an elegant brushed aluminium finish.
Primare's diligence in designing the NP30 has resulted in an extremely competent network player, which utilises audiophile grade components throughout, and has been designed with a no compromises approach in terms of features and functionality.
The NP30 features a superb 24bit/192kHz DAC with optical, USB, WLAN, LAN and SP/DIF inputs, as well as a host of output options, including XLR, RCA, 192kHz digital, IRout and TRIGout. The DAC features an asynchronous master clock ensuring low jitter, and the best possible performance.
The NP30's suite of physical and digital connectivity options makes it the ideal basis for any modern music system, and can connect you with a world of digital audio through its internet radio and streaming functions. Store and access an entire music library and enjoy lossless audiophile quality playback through the NP30.
- 'The soundstage is again expansive and accessible and as you'd expect of a streamer in this price bracket, instruments are well separated. But what's more telling is how we can hear each instrument's unique characteristics when pinpointing them within the soundstage.' Hi-Fi Choice Magazine
- 'Just the right amount of bluesy ambience, presented in a convincingly proportioned soundstage so the percussion and slide guitar have space to express themselves.' Hi-Fi Choice Magazine