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January 10, 2013

Pathos Musiteca music server on demo now!

p style=”text-align: left;”>By WL Low

What do your get when you add together fine Italian styling, chic design, functional ergonomics, computer server, tube circuitry, and lastly great sound with audiophile brand credibility?

 

The answer is the Pathos Musiteca music server, featuring integrated touch screen interface, with iTunes-like album cover art menu. The Musiteca also functions like an all-in-one solution for those getting into high-end music server. First, there’s a slot for loading CDs which one can play immediately, or rip using its built in software. Then there’s the touch-screen interface mentioned above. And lastly, the a built-in DAC capable of decoding 24/196kHz hi-res audio files. As with all Pathos products, there’s a tube output section and one can choose to use single-ended or balanced connections.

 

All the above means nothing if it does not sound good, and the Musiteca does not disappoint in this respect. The sound is smooth and detailed, with a liquid top end, and honeyed midrange.

 

It’s now on demo in Centre Circle Audio”s Taman Tun showroom, so why don’t you drop by for a listen?

 

Call Sky wong or Nelson at 03-77282686 for enquiries or appointment.

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Willis 4:24pm on April 14, 2013

Woah! I’m really enjoying the template/theme of this website. It’s simple, yet effective. A lot of times it’s difficult to get that “perfect balance” between user friendliness and visual appearance. I must say that you’ve done a awesome job with this. Also, the blog loads extremely fast for me on Firefox. Exceptional Blog!