From LP records to CDs, to music file download and streaming services. Music enjoyment continues to shift to more casual and easy ways.
But on the other hand, some audiophiles want to enjoy good sound. The "Nativ" system is a high-resolution audio system for such people. With its beautiful design and smooth operation, it will satisfy your desire for ownership.
The core of the "Nativ" system is the "Nativ Vita" music player. It features storage that can be expanded up to 4TB and a beautiful 11.6-inch touch screen.
The large-capacity storage can store up to 10,000 high-resolution music files.
(Note: The number of songs that can be saved depends on the capacity of the internal disc, the format and bit rate of the music file, the length of the song, etc.)
Not only the music in the storage, but also the music files stored in the computer or smartphone installed in the room can be managed and played. It also supports streaming services such as Apple Music. You can also listen to Internet radio and podcasts from around the world.
The 11.6-inch touch screen can be used not only to control music files, but also to play videos. For example, you can watch music videos provided by YouTube and Google Play Music. If 11.6 inches isn't enough, you can output it to a big screen TV via an HDMI cable or Google Cast.
The touch screen is made by Asahi Glass of Japan. The body is made of 7000 series aluminum alloy and US wood.
In addition to the "Nativ" system, "NATIV WAVE", which is a digital-to-analog converter (DAC), is also available.
The developer, Nativ, is currently conducting a campaign to recruit investors on the crowdfunding site Indiegogo to commercialize the Native system. At the time of this writing, a $ 1,099 investment for a 2TB storage version and a $ 1,199 investment for a 4TB "Nativ Vita" is available. A 2TB SSD version ($ 1,599) is also available. The investment required to obtain "Nativ Wave" is $ 699 at the time of this writing. Shipment is scheduled for October 2016.