Cambridge Audio EDGE NQ and CXN V2 now Roon Ready

Modern software and hardware handshakes have a firm grip in hi-fi as manufacturers like Cambridge Audio continue to recognize the importance of Roon Labs as the music player of choice for streaming cloud-based digital audio or accessing local-area high-resolution files.

The company just announced that their EDGE NQ ($5,000 USD) and CXN V2 ($1,099 USD) network audio streamers now have Roon’s high-resolution streaming and music management technology built right in. A software update is now available which recognizes the EDGE NQ and CXN V2 as having Roon Ready certification. Once either server has been updated, Roon will automatically discover them on your network, and allow volume control directly from the Roon user interface without any additional configuration.

From the press release

About Roon 

Roon is a high-resolution, multi-room music management and playback technology that transforms and enhances the experience of browsing your music. Photos, bios, credits, reviews, lyrics, composers and more are found automatically, delivering an interactive liner-notes experience for your entire music collection.

Cambridge Audio EDGE NQ and CXN V2

This flagship EDGE NQ streamer offers new levels of versatility for a pre-amplifier and network player. StreamMagic, the streaming module that powers NQ, has been improved, allowing EDGE to play music from virtually any source. Also, EDGE NQ’s printed circuit board and meticulous engineering reduce interference to ensure a clean sound.

With the CXN V2 network streamer, Cambridge Audio has taken an award-winning product and made it even better. Built to stream digital audio from a wide variety of sources, it upscales for huge sound quality gains. This second generation edition of the CXN offers an array of improvements, thanks to greater processing power and an enhanced user experience.

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