Magnum Dynalab MD800 Series Internet Media Tuners
The new 800 Series of Internet Media Tuners provide homeowners a choice of media formats, and installers an intuitive way to set up their clients' radio stations.
The Canadian electronics manufacturer Magnum Dynalab isn’t always the first to market with a new technology, but it says when it does deliver a product to the market, it’s been tested to ensure it will perform to its advertised potential.
Following its past market strategy the company recently announced its 800 Series of Internet Media Tuners that aren’t admittedly the first Internet radio tuners on the market, but they are according to the company, engineered with audio performance in mind. The line includes the MD801, the MD806, the MD807 and the MD809, and all of the products include the company’s own DAC designs, as well as the ability to access more than 20,000 Internet radio stations; FM terrestrial broadcasts and locally stored FLAC, AAC, MP3 and WMA music files. The products incorporate on-board Wi-Fi and Ethernet, and the tuners can be set up to store radio stations through organization options such as country of origin, genre, most popular and favorites.
The MD801 features a solid-state output; the MD806 features a triode tube output; the MD807 incorporates a triode tube output and Burr Brown DACs, and the top-of-the-line MD809 incorporates a 5.7-inch color touchscreen and the same power supply and circuit design from the Magnum Dynalab flagship MD109 tuner.
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