Already the Artera Solus by Quad is an all-rounder with a built-in CD drive, integrated pre- and power amplifier and all kinds of analog and digital inputs. Now Quad's "Play" version goes one step further, adding a network module and access to Spotify, Tidal, Qobuz, Deezer, Amazon Music and Napster via LAN or WLAN. Thanks to the "Play-Fi" platform from DTS, even multi-room playback is possible. The network features are operated via the DTS streaming app. The Artera Solus Play can access music from DLNA-compatible servers in the home network. Thanks to the ESS-Sabre Chip 9018, it processes PCM files up to 384 kHz clock rate and DSD up to 11.2 MHz via USB. Two line, two optical and one coax S/PDIF input are available for traditional sources, and a Bluetooth receiver with aptX is integrated. According to the data sheet, the only 32 cm wide device provides 2x75 watts into 8 ohms and is priced at 2000 Euro. Available from mid-July.