MARK LEVINSON BRINGS ROON AND MQA INTO THE FOLD
Mark Levinson's highly regarded No.519 Audio Player just received a significant firmware upgrade that embraces both the MQA file format, along with Roon Ready certification.
The latest update means you can now browse, organise and listen to your favourite tracks, or explore millions more via TIDAL, and its library of MQA Masters tracks.
Via Roon's intuitive interface, you can also explore the bios, lyrics and even tour dates of your favourite artists. Roon is also a multi-room, multi-user networked audio platform, offering features such as bit-perfect playback, DSD and PCM upsampling, multichannel support, and Signal Path display.
The Mark Levinson No.519 Audio Player combines wireless and wired streaming from networked libraries and streaming services, a CD player, and connections for USB drives, digital audio inputs, and Bluetooth aptX.
The No.519 is also now fully MQA certified, enabling playback and authentication of MQA audio files and streams from TIDAL, Roon, USB drivers, DLNA, or MQA encoded CDs.
You'll never run out of content with the No.519 thanks to wide range of additional streaming music services including Spotify Connect, Qobuz, Deezer, and Rhapsody/Napster, although some services are not yet available in Australia.
The Mark Levinson No.519 was already a highly-regarded source as you would expect from this prestigious brand, but the latest firmware is an early Christmas present that gives more.
Available now, the Mark Levinson No.519 sells for $39,000 RRP.
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