Stylish way from Pioneer to play your audio content from any source
Connecting to your home network, you can enjoy a wide variety of online music services remotely. Because it’s Apple Airplay certified, it’s incredibly simple to experience your digital music library on your home system. Seamlessly stream music wirelessly from your iPhone, iPod or iPad. You can also view iTunes album art along with information you want like time, time remaining, format and quality on the N-50’s crisp, 2.5” color display.
A rear panel Ethernet port allows full integration into your home network. With DLNA 1.5 certification, a whole new level of entertainment options are at your fingertips. Stream your MP-3, Pioneer Elite N-50C, WMA, WAV, Ogg Vorbis or FLAC music files from your PC, Laptop, Smartphone, or “Pad” to your home theater system. Or enjoy 1000’s of internet radio stations from around the world with vTuner convenience.
The audio quality of Elite N-50 is a direct reflection of the quality of its build – both inside and out. Inside the N-50 you’ll find twin EL transformers: one analog and one digital to better block external interference and create a truer audio experience. Underneath the sleek body design is an armored chassis consisting of a large metal plate to significantly reduce vibration. And its aesthetically pleasing design only serves to enhance the overall experience.
With its high192kHz / 32-bit Asynchronous USB digital audio conversion (DAC), network streaming audio playback is now ready for the true audiophile. The N-50 benefits from Pioneer’s rich heritage of audio excellence and innovative technologies like Auto Sound Retriever, which takes compressed files and enhances them to virtually CD quality. While wired is the recommended way to connect because of the high rates of data involved, an optional AS-WL300 wifi adapter is also available for wireless network convenience.
The Elite N-50 is fully ready for wireless Bluetooth Audio from your iPhone, Blackberry, or Android smartphone or other Bluetooth-enabled sources like laptops. ■