Melco, a division of Japanese computer peripheral company Buffalo Inc., is now shipping its high-resolution digital music storage solution for the U.S., the High Definition Music Library.
The first available model, the N1A, is a purpose-built network music storage system that requires no network setup, simplifying the process of accessing high-resolution digital music. Featuring audiophile-grade components combined with simple data transfer and protection software, the High Definition Music Library is ideal for consumers and businesses that demand reliable audio file storage with the highest possible playback quality.
To ensure the highest quality audio listening experience, the High Definition Music Library feature hi-fi components such as audio-grade HDDs, separate power supplies for internal and external data communications, rigged fascia and chassis, a dedicated network player, LAN, expansion and backup rear-mounted connections.
“As the dedicated digital music library became a necessity for audio enthusiasts and professionals, our parent company Melco saw an underserved market relying on conventional music storage solutions that compromised the overall audio listening experience,” said Matt Dargis, COO, Buffalo Americas Inc.
“In response, Melco launched a two-year project led by a group of committed audiophiles to design a reliable audio storage solution that offered the best in playback quality. Melco was founded in 1975 as an audio equipment manufacturer, so ‘audiophiles for audiophiles’ is in our DNA. We are proud of the resulting High Definition Music Library.”
Additionally, through an exclusive deal with specialty audio distributor The Sound Organisation, users in the U.S. can tap experienced retail support when purchasing the very best in audio equipment.
“We are pleased to be working with Melco to feature its High Definition Music Library in our digital audio storage portfolio,” said Steve Daniels, president at The Sound Organisation. “Given our vast experience in the home audio components market, consumers and audio retailers alike in the United States can expect the highest sales and service support the industry has to offer.”