Naim HDX Streamer, Server, & CD Ripper - Loaded with Music


This HDX includes about 75 albums or 1000+ songs already stored on its internal hard drive.

**If you wish after purchase we can upgrade this HDX to a special repository of over over 540GB  of music encoded in various (MP3 and CD) quality. 

(Equals a total of 743 Artists, 1571 Albums, and 20,306 individual tracks. We did the math and if you were to play this 24/7 you'd go over 6 years without hearing the same song twice.)

Freshly serviced with a brand new power supply. Rips and reads CDs like a champ.

The front touchscreen display is nice and bright, no bad pixels or fading.

Please see our photos or the linked PDF's below for full specifications:

Naim HDX - Original Sales Brochure

Naim HDX - Reference Manual

Click below to add our recommended matching cables from Kimber Kable, all brand new as SkyFi is an official Kimber dealer.

Kimber Kable - RCA Interconnects

Kimber Kable - Coaxial Digital Interconnect

Kimber Kable - Optical Digital Interconnect 

Kimber Kable - Power Cords

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The HDX delivers convenience without compromise.

The world’s first audiophile hard disk music player, it was also our first step into digital music delivery – and today, several years after its launch, it still sets the performance standards in its class. Invest in an HDX and you’re buying more than just a single point of access for your digitally stored music collection. It can operate as a high-performance hub for your whole home, streaming the songs you love into any room equipped with a compatible Naim Audio device. Sound quality, whatever format is being replayed and wherever it is being accessed - is never less than absolute. We’d accept nothing less.

Standout Features Include:
• Bit-perfect CD ripping to internal hard disk
• Supports a broad range of music formats: WAV, FLAC, Apple Lossless, AIFF, AAC, Windows Media-formatted files, Ogg Vorbis and MP3
• Naim Audio Extended Music Database delivers track-level resolution for music browsing and selection
• Naim Audio Network Scanning discovers all playable music and accompanying data on networked PC and Mac computers
• Naim Audio UPnP software serves audio to any compatible UPnP device, such as NaimUniti 2
• 24bit/192kHz playback and storage
• vTuner 5* full-service internet radio
• Ultra low-noise triple-regulated power supplies
• Front-panel touch screen and iOS app for intuitive control

Technology & Craft
Ripping a CD is easy, but ripping it so that it precisely matches the quality of the original is far more complex. Such fastidious attention to digital detail is key to the HDX’s ability: it repeatedly re-reads every CD inserted into its disc mechanism until it can deliver a bit-perfect copy of the original performance.

Accurate data is of little use if it’s handled carelessly, but the HDX is unusually particular about storing your music. It will also automatically back up your music to an attached storage device if you wish. Naim Audio’s Extended Music Database ensures every disc you insert will be correctly identified, tagged and catalogued too – so browsing your collection will be almost as enjoyable as listening to it.

Browsing is a breeze
Browsing your music collection with HDX is a breeze. No more peering at CDs on shelves and promising that they’ll be in alphabetical order one day. Each CD ripped by the HDX is automatically catalogued through enquiry to an online database and its data added to the internal library, regardless of storage location. Genres can be assigned, or new ones invented, and even album or track names can be edited. The HDX makes you head librarian of your own music library.

Find music with ease
Searching for music is not limited to albums and tracks. Want to search by composer, performer, artist, orchestra? Go ahead. Can’t remember the name of the bass player on Antonio Forcione’s Meet Me in London? The Naim Extended Music database, with the power of AMG at its heart, will find it for you. Remember the smallest detail and all your music is there at the touch of a screen. And, in case you were wondering, there were two bass players on Meet Me in London; Malcolm Creese and Davide Mantovani.

Choose your interface
The HDX incorporates a front panel touch screen that offers all the control you’ll need. But perhaps you fancy controlling your HDX from your listening position? Well, connect a small display screen, or even your television, and you can operate the HDX with its remote handset. iPhone and iPod Touch users can even download a HDX control app from the App Store. Or perhaps you want to run the HDX wirelessly from your laptop? Easy; use either the Desktop Client application or a web browser. There’s a USB touch screen option too.

Access your HDX from your PC with Naim’s Desktop Client Application
With an HDX connected to a home network you don’t have to be in the same room to browse your music library. The Naim Desktop Client is a Windows PC application that can control your HDX, browse its music files and handle player setup and maintenance easily and intuitively.

Connected HiFi at your fingertips with high resolution audio
and network streaming
As well as being a stand-alone hard disk music player, the HDX can be used as a music server to provide up to six different streams of music simultaneously over a home network. It also operates as a UPnP server to stream audio to any UPnP playback device, such as the NaimUniti or UnitiQute, and can play high resolution audio files at up to 24bit/192kHz from its USB interface or from network storage. And for those wanting custom-installed multi-room audio, HDX also works with Naim’s IP- based multi-room system NaimNet*. Install an HDX and you’ve installed both a high-performance source component and the heart of a multi-room audio system.



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