Naim Audio has announced the release of a new software update that will bring Apple AirPlay 2 and Siri support to the company’s high end network streamers. Apple’s AirPlay 2 technology allows music and audio to be streamed from its range of devices including the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac computer and Apple TV to a compatible Naim device.
Audio can be sourced from Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube, internet radio and podcasts, and controlled via Apple’s Home app, Control Center or Siri voice commands. Apple AirPlay 2 also supports multi-room playback for owners of multiple streaming products that support the Apple standard, including a 10 different Naim systems.
“Naim Audio, the British hi-fi specialist with 46 years of audio expertise, today announced that Apple AirPlay® 2 will be added to its ND 555, NDX 2 and ND5 XS 2 network streamers via a free over-the-air update. Apple AirPlay 2 enables advanced multi-room functionality and Siri voice control and will now be available across the company’s entire family of music-streaming products, including its £20k flagship reference network player.”
Users can ask Siri to play a particular album, song or playlist in sync across all compatible network streamers in every room or a single room, as well as different music in each room. Follow the link below for more information on the new Naim Audio AirPlay 2 software update.
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