Streaming has really taken off in recent years and creating your own home library of music files has become a fast and convenient way of accessing your music. The best way to start a streaming library is with high resolution, uncompressed music purchased and downloaded online, resulting in sound quality surpassing even CD. Cyrus streamers decode the highest resolution 24-bit/192kHz files in high quality, bringing a new level of detail and energy to your music.
Various online music streaming services exist, which are not currently supported by Cyrus streamers as many of them have to compress the file in order to send it across the internet, which can result in serious compromises to sound quality. The best way to access the highest quality digital music in your home is to have your own digital music library stored on a NAS drive and accessible in seconds by either remote control or app. Whether your music is ripped from CD* or purchased online from a website such as www.hdtracks.com, a Cyrus streamer will bring the absolute best out of the recording.
*The law on the ripping of CDs varies from country to country. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are complying with relevant local applicable laws.
Streaming for hi-fi is not the same as online music services with low-fi MP3 or compressed music; Cyrus products should be used with music saved as FLAC or WAV formats that sound better, ensuring you experience amazing audio reproduction.
Cyrus streamers decode the highest resolution 24-bit/192kHz files in high quality, bringing a new level of detail and energy to your music. All our streamers are controlled effortlessly by our Cadence app. This can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store for complete and intuitive control, allowing you to have your whole library at your fingertips, create playlists, and store your favourite internet radio stations.
Upgrade your hi-fi system to add a streamer, or upgrade your streamer to include a Qx DAC card for ultimate resolution (on Stream XP₂ only).
For Streaming FAQ’s and firmware update information please visit our Support section.