Omaha, Nebraska-based retailer The Sound Environment
was showing the Linux-based Trigon
Chronolog ($9,500) which is a UPnP network player/CD/DVD player/DAC with 120GB of internal SSD storage. The Chronolog supports WAV, MP3, FLAC, CDDA, NSV, M4A, AAC, STRM, PLS, RM, MPA, WMA, OGG, MP2, M3U, MOD, AMF, 669, DMF, DSM, FAR, GDM, IMF, IT, M15, MED, OKT, S3M, STM, SFX, ULT, UNI, XM, SID, AC3, DTS, CUE, AIF, AIFF, WPL, APE, MAC, MPC, MP+, MPP, SHN, ZIP, RAR, WV, NSF, SPC, GYM, ADPLUG, ADX, DSP, ADP, YMF, AST, AFC, HPS, XSP, formats with resolutions up to 24/192. Inputs include the usual suspects including S/PDIF (Coax and Toslink), USB, and Ethernet while outputs include a pair of RCAs and XLRs as well as HDMI and DVI for DVD playback.