A100 is a budget-friendly follow up to the popular Aurender A10. A music player with a high performance MQA enabled digital-to-analog converter, 2TB of internal hard disk drive and one 120GB solid-state drive cache for playback, the A100 is the perfect solution for those replacing CD players or seeking one-box simplicity.

  • Dimensions & Weight: 330 x 55 x 353 (mm) 12.99 x 2.2 x 13.9 (inches) / 10Kg 22 Lbs​
  • SSD for System and Cache: 120G
  • Music Storage​​: 2TB (2.5″ HDD)
  • Power: ​Full-Linear
  • Display​: 3.0″ AMOLED​
  • Digital Audio Output: ​USB Audio Class 2.0​
  • Digital Audio Input: SPDIF Optical up to 24-bit / 192 kHz (Optical Input will be routed to Analog Out only. Not to USB Out)
  • Other I/O​: Gigabit Ethernet, USB Port x 2​
  • Analog Audio Output: ​Unbalanced (RCA): 2Vrms 
  • Volume Control: -90 dB ~ 0dB, 0.5 dB step Velocity Sensitive Operation
  • ​USB Audio Output​: PCM: up to 32-bit / 384 kHz   DSD: DSD64, DSD128 / DoP Mode​
  • DAC Chip​: AK4490(AKM) x 1 (Single Stereo Design)
  • THD + N: Min. -111dB, IMD (SMPTE) Min. -110 dB​
  • THD (1KHz 2.5Vrms XLR output)​: 0.00015 %
  • Dynamic Range: MAX 128 dB  (CCITT filter)​
  • Stereo Crosstalk​: Better than -132dB(1kHz)

The Aurender A100 is a computer that's purpose-built to be a music server optimized specifically for music reproduction in tandem with its robust operating software. I found the A100 to be a significant step up from using a computer designed for multiple purposes and trying to adapt it for music server duty. The A100 is better at reproducing music both from a performance standpoint and from a user interface perspective. Music played through the Aurender A100 does an admirable job at providing enough musical detail to satisfy most music enthusiasts, while still leaning slightly toward the warm side, making it enjoyable for longer listening sessions.