Olive has announced the latest version of its uber expensive Opus digital Hi-Fi stereo. The new version is known as Opus No. 4 and promises to allow customers to experience their music at home in hi-fi sound quality. The device connects to a standard stereo and has an integrated touchscreen interface.
The system is the size of a conventional CD player and is designed to fit with a normal stereo system. The new version has 2TB of storage space and sells for $1799. That is enough space to store 6,000 CDs of music onboard.
Tracks are stored in lossless FLAC compression and sound quality is enhanced by a DAC, optimized circuit design, and precision power supply. The onscreen touch menu is in full color and multiroom playback is supported with the Melody Hi-Fi multi-room player. The new version will ship on August 1st.
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