Introducing its first all-in-one streaming solution, the new Rotel S14 Integrated Network Streamer is now available.
According to the global home audio company, its new integrated amplifier leverages its 60 years of engineering experience, as well as state-of-the-art technologies, including 32-bit Sabre ESS digital-to-analog converters (DACs), and high-current output transistors that are powered by an oversized toroidal transformer.
The Rotel S14 Integrated Network Streamer offers users the ability to stream directly from services such as Spotify, TIDAL and Qobuz, and it includes wireless audio technologies such as Bluetooth with aptX, Apple AirPlay 2 and Google Cast.
Some of the other connectivity options the integrated amp offers includes Analog RCA, PC-USB, digital coax and optical.
The Rotel S14 Integrated Network Streamer’s Class A/B amplifier section is rated to produce 150-watt per channel into a 4-ohm load, and the integrated amplifier also features a front-panel headphone connection to support personal listening sessions.
In addition, the integrated streaming amplifier, which is available in a choice of silver or black finishes, offers integrators a choice of Ethernet and wireless network connectivity option, and a front-panel display that communicates album artwork, artist, album title, and song title.