We'll admit it - Olive's new Opus No. 4 looks pretty swank and offers a ton of storage for your groovy tunes, but is it worth $1,800? We'll let you decide that one.
The new flagship entry to Olive's Opus Hi-Fi Digital Stereo line includes 2TB of storage, which the company claims is enough to hold almost 6,000 CDs worth of music on-board in the lossless FLAC format. Sound quality gets a further boost by a high resolution digital-to-analog converter (DAC), as well as "optimized circuit design and a precision power supply."
Other features include a color-coded touchscreen menu, drag & drop playlist creation through the Maestro browser-based software, thousands of pre-set Internet radio stations, and both wired and wireless connectivity for music streaming in up to 10 rooms simultaneously using the optional Melody Hi-Fi Multi-Room Player.
The Opus No. 4 in 2TB will be available starting August 1, 2009. If that's too rich for your blood. Olive also plans to offer 1TB and 500GB versions for a little less scratch, $1,600 and $1,500 respectively.
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