Murfie integration provides another high-res source for Autonomic Mirage Music Players
Whole-house music manufacturer Autonomic has added Murfie integration to provide another source of high-resolution audio for its Mirage Music Players MMS-2A and MMS-5A. It's part of Autonomic's newest software version, 5.2, which went live today.
Murfie stores and converts CDs and LPs for lossless, high-res streaming. An online music marketplace with a vast collection of CDs, Murfie is also a bring-your-own streaming service. Murfie customers send their
physical media to the company’s headquarters, where it is digitized and stored in the cloud for 16-bit/44 kHz (CD) or 24-bit/192 kHz FLAC (LP) streaming on the Mirage Music Player or on the user’s Apple or Android devices.
Customers who activate Murfie accounts through Autonomic dealers get one free year of the Murfie HiFi streaming service. That normally costs $99. In addition to streaming their own legacy content, users can also purchase music from Murfie's database of more than 160,000 CDs. Content can be downloaded in MP3, FLAC, Apple Lossless, or AAC and then added to customized Mirage playlists.
The companies claim the integration will also provide a revenue opportunity for integrators, who will be able to take advantage of dealer pricing on services such as the physical media conversion. Dealer demo accounts are available, and a Showroom Dealer Program will enable integrators to display a fully functioning Murfie account on a Mirage Music Player.