The Magnat MMS 730 is not only a streamer including web radio, but also a DAB and FM receiver. And Bluetooth isn’t missing either.
In this day and age, no one escapes audio streaming. And so it is not very strange that streamers are popular. A wonderfully versatile model is the new Magnat MMS 730. Listen via Spotify for example to your favorite music, or pick up a web radio station you have never heard of. Local listening is not a problem either, because both a DAB+ and FM tuner can also be found in this Magnat.
Furthermore, the manufacturer has clearly thought about the Bluetooth possibilities. Bluetooth 5.0 has been chosen with support for aptX and aptX HD. This makes a quality of up to 24 bit / 48 kHz achievable, completely wireless. Provided, of course, that the ‘transmitting’ side such as your smartphone can also handle it.
Analog and digital
Listening to music stored on a NAS, for example, is something the Magnat MMS 730 can handle fine. You can choose between a wireless wifi connection or wired Ethernet connection to your (home) network. The DAC is based on a Wolfson WM8740 and delivers a maximum quality of 24 bit / 192 kHz. In terms of outputs, analog tulips are available, but also Toslink and coax digital outputs. A USB connection on the front can handle USB storage media and can also function as a charger for a smartphone or tablet if desired. The device is operated via an app (iOS and Android). The Magnat MMS 730 costs €599 and is available immediately.