MP 3000 MK II (Image: T+A)
MP 3000 MK II (Image: T+A)

New Network Module

Update for T+A MP 3000 MK II

| UW

T+A has equipped the second-generation "Multi Source Player" with the latest digital technologies.

The "Streaming Client", i.e. the network module, is the most important new feature. It provides access to the lossless streaming services Tidal, Deezer and Qobuz via LAN and WLAN and is Roon-ready. The MP 3000 MK II makes contact with the PC via the new USB inputs. It receives Bluetooth signals with aptX, and for terrestrial radio programmes there is an FM/DAB+ tuner on board. Of course the Multi Source Player can also play CDs, and external digital sources can be connected via S/PDIF and AES/EBU. The analog output signals are available at Cinch and XLR sockets. The list price of the device is 11,900 Euros.

MP 3000 MK II rear (Image: T+A)
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