Portugal – Innuos is excited to announce the release of the enhanced 8TB SSD version for the ZENith Mk3 and flagship STATEMENT music servers and streamers. With this new release Innuos now offers an increased storage capacity on their ZENith and STATEMENT servers providing an additional opportunity for those audiophiles with particularly large music libraries and who still demand access to higher performance.
The new drivers in the ZENith Mk3 and STATEMENT Music Server and Streamers will now deliver twice the storage capacity of Innuos’ earlier Mk3 and STATEMENT versions and they will continue to offer Innuos’ commitment to exceptional audiophile performance and effortless usability, providing a high-quality digital source for one’s digital collection and streaming services.
RECOMMENDED RETAIL PRICING
ZENith Mk3 – € 5 999 Eur; £ 5 399 GBP; $ 7 499 USD; $ 9 799 CAD
STATEMENT – € 13 600 Eur; £ 12 200 GBP; $ 17 000 USD; $ 22 100 CAD
The new 8TB SSD versions are available now! To continue supporting their existing owners needing to increase their storage capacity to the new 8TB version of these models, customers can contact their local Innuos dealer to schedule the upgrade.
The ZENith is a premium server and streamer, top of the ZEN Mk3 family of products while the flagship STATEMENT represents a state-of-the-art digital source. One can enjoy their own library of CDs and high resolutions files, and access all the content in the world through streaming services such as Tidal, Spotify, Qobuz and internet radio – all at one’s fingertips through an exceedingly simple user interface on their mobile device.
Usability and audiophile performance. These two principals have been at odds with one another in the Music Server and Digital Audio world for a long time, but Innuos set out to change this when it was founded in 2009. They maintain their vision that high-quality audio does not mean compromising in ease-of-use. Through precise matching of their bespoke hardware and in-house developed software, Innuos music servers and streamers continue to prove that the digital source can still be pushed to new levels.