Teresonic/Baetis Audio

The new Baetis Audio Media Server V2 ($3,000) can, according to their literature, upsample to 64-bit/384khz and handle FLAC, ALAC, and "all other major audio file types" including DSD, rip and playback Blu-ray, DVD, and CDs, 1080p video streaming with 3D capability, stream from Internet sources including Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, Pandora, and any other browser based service using JRiver Media Center 17. The Media Server V2 includes a 128G Solid-State Drive and a 1.5T external USB 3.0 silent drive.

The Baetis Server served a Berkeley Audio Design Alpha DAC 2 ($5,000) which fed a Teresonic Reference 2A3 integrated amp ($15,000) that drove the Teresonic’s Ingenium XR speakers ($15,000/pair) and new Magus A55 subwoofers ($5,000/each) and everything was wired up with Teresonic cables. You may recognize that lovely rack since it comes from Box Furniture Co. and I own a double-wide version in the same finish.

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