CAS (Computer As Source) is main stream of today audio product. New audio system can play HiRes audio stored in digital devices or streaming from internet. Old audio system usually play on CD or Blu-Ray disc. The console box can carter for both, support wired and wireless input, bridge up audio input to wireless speakers.
Equipped with HiRes audio decoders
Inside the box is a highly integrated hardware with 1000MIPS signal processing speed to run sophisticated algorithm by 32X32 fixed point arithmetic to attain an internal 64-bit audio resolution. Audio decoder and sample rate conversion are full 32 bit output.
Supported audio decode list :
Surround : Dolby digital 5.1 and stereo
DTS stereo, DTS 5.1, DTS 96/24
LPCM (optical) : 44.1KHz,16bit up-sampling to 96KHz
48KHz,24bit up-sampling to 96KHz
Sound decoder : MP3, WAV
HiRes : FLAC 192/24
High Quality : DSD2.8
Streaming : AirPlay (AAC)
ISO (USB audio)
Bridge up wireless speaker
Up to 16 wireless speakers can be connected to the console box. The DECT transmitter can broadcast stereo 2-ch a surround 6-ch, audio signal to each speaker. High accurate channel synchronization is key to reproduce clear 3-dimensional sound space.
The audio processor can generate pseudo center channel in online TV AC3 2-ch play, enhancing 2.0 stereo to 3.1 pseudo surround.
Connect to AV devices
The optical input supports surround DTS, DTS-96/24, AC3 and stereo LPCM 44.1/48/88.2KHz. You can connect your TV to AV devices, e.g. Blu-Ray, game player, set-top-box, and direct TV digital audio output to the console box. From now on, your everyday TV is upgraded to a high quality stereo playback and your surround sound is a true wireless 5.1 surround.
Connect to CD player
You can connect a CD player to ONEbox.micro. The console box has top class sample rate conversion to enhance 44.1KHz 16bit CD quality to 96KHz 24bit HD quality. Its powerful DSP, 160 points 32X32 cubic interpolation, can be used to recover each sound detail. Now, you can play songs in your favorite CD collection and experience HiFi sound on ONEmicro.
Connect to computer
For wired CAS, you can use USB connect to WINDOW/PC, iMac, or Linux NAS server (with professional audio driver installed). It is a standard USB audio device which supports 48KHz/16bit, 48KHz/24bit and 96KHz/24bit HD format. No need to install driver, just plug and play.
Wireless CAS is aimed at high quality music playback. Bluetooth is not the choice because of its poor sound quality. You can connect your smart phone to the console box by WiFi. The console box supports AirPlay for iPhone and DLNA for Android phone and Window. We highly recommend DLNA. DLNA is file-streaming instead of audio-streaming and supports HiRes file transfer. There is no encoding and decoding process in the wireless communication, giving you the most natural and original sound.
Wireless WiFi connect
Sound quality list (descending):
DLNA via WiFi, play 44.1KHz 16bit wave file (the best sound quality)
DLNA via WiFi, play FLAC 192KHz 24bit file
Local media server stored at USB RAM
Play SACD on Blu-Ray player via optical port
CD player via optical port
USB audio play by iMac
USB audio play by WINDOW
AirPlay via WiFi (the lowest sound quality)
It is a music server
The console box has a USB host port at the back panel. You can plug a USB RAM with 16 to 256GB storage into the box and turn it into a mini media server for local access and networking. The console box can play file formats MP3, WAV, and FLAC. For an average 4-minute song, a 32G USB RAM can store : 3500 MP3 songs, or 800 songs in uncompressed CD quality WAV format, or 1300 songs in HD 48/24 FLAC format, or 200 songs in HiRes 192/24 FLAC format.
Standalone operation on the console box, independent of CD player or smartphone
Plug in a USB RAM loaded with song files and then use the two keys on console box to play songs. You can change playback in sequence or randomly. It is so convenient when you want to free your smartphone, or when a CD player is not available.
Remote operation through wireless access
You can use your smartphone as a remote controller, linked by DLNA, to browse the server, create playlist and play songs.
Media server operation, download and upload in 1 step
The console box can be connected to your home network via WiFi and acts as a remote hard disk to your computer. You can download songs from the internet and directly store them in the console box in one single step.
Optical output :
WiFi input :
USB input :
RAM server :
Output port :
Support speaker :
Audio mode :
Parallel speaker :
DTS 5.1, DTS HD, DTS 96/24
Dolby Digital AC3 5.1, AC3 stereo
LPCM 44.1KHz16bit, 48KHz24bit, 88.2KHz24bit
DLNA WAV : 44.1KHz16bit, 48KHz24bit, 96KHz24bit
DLNA MP3 : 160kbps, 320kbps
DLNA FLAC : 44.1KHz16bit, 96KHz24bit, 192KHz24bit
DLNA DSD : 2.822Mbps
48KHz16bit, 48KHz24bit, 96KHz24bit
USB RAM 4/8/16/32/64/128/256G (FAT format)
MP3, WAV, FLAC
LFE channel analogy output
ONEmicro, ONEmini, ONEmedi, ONEclassic
Up to 16 speakers
Surround 3.1 (auto center channel insert)
Support up to 16 speakers for stereo play
Support up to 4 speakers for surround play
Support up to 4 subwoofer (stereo or surround mode)
5V 500mA, on micro USB port