Autonomic Mirage Media servers receive hi-res audio certification from Japan Audio Society
Whole-house music systems manufacturer Autonomic announced that several of its products have been certified by the Japan Audio Society for meeting the organization’s exacting standards for delivering high-resolution audio.
The Autonomic Mirage Media Server MMS-2A and MMS-5A were recognized by JAS.
Autonomic explained in a press release that the Mirage Media Server aggregates music file formats of all types to be enjoyed throughout the home, including high-resolution digital music up to 24-bit/192KHz. The MMS-2A and MMS-5A blend high-resolution playback and can be controlled by either Apple or Android devices and/or the Mirage Media Controller app on a computer.
The devices allow for up to three or six streams (depending on the model) to be played throughout a home simultaneously, and includes integration of number of popular streaming services like PANDORA internet radio, Rhapsody, TuneIn Radio, SiriusXM Internet Radio, Slacker, Napter, Spotify, and several others.
“Autonomic has been delivering the finest high resolution whole home audio streaming devices since 2009,” Autonomic CEO Michael de Nigris said in a statement. “We are very pleased to see the increased emphasis on high quality audio output by both the industry and consumers, and are honored to be included in the roster of prestigious companies recognized by the Japan Audio Society for excellence in audio reproduction.”
The Mirage Media Server is sold exclusively through a network of authorized professional integrators.