Rotel has introduced the S14 Integrated Network Streamer, the company’s first device of its kind for customers to enjoy online music.
The S14 delivers high performance music rendered through a 32-bit ESS Sabre digital-to-analog converter, feeding high current output transistors powered by an oversized toroidal transformer, delivering precision and control.
With the S14, you can stream music directly from popular streaming services including Spotify, Tidal, Qobuz, Podcasts and thousands of Internet Radio stations. AirPlay 2 and Google Cast are also supported as well as coaxial, optical, aptX HD Bluetooth, analog RCA and PC-USB source inputs for legacy devices.
The all-in-one product streams music directly from popular music services, delivering 150 Watts of Class AB power at 4 Ohms directly to loudspeakers via five-way binding posts and a front panel headphone connection. The S14 also comes with a newly engineered aluminum remote control.
The S14 supports both wired and dual-band wireless network connections for installation flexibility. The front panel display renders full colour album artwork and includes title, track, and artist information from the selected audio streaming service.
The S14 will be available in the U.S. in black and silver finishes through authorized Rotel dealers with shipments at the end of December of 2022: pricing in Canada is $3,249 through Kevro International.