Buffalo - New "DELA" brand for products designed for high-res audio devices

Buffalo today announced their full-scale entry into the audio market with their newly established brand, DELA. The brand is for products designed for high-res audio equipment.

With its first release, Buffalo is going to release 3 products from DELA including 2 NAS models, which are the world's first NAS intended for exclusive use with high-res equipment, and a LAN cable. The 2 NAS models are made-to-order and will start being shipped at the end of this month.


N1Z (HA-N1ZS10) - ¥700,000 ~ ¥800,000

The flagship high-res audio NAS N1Z (HA-N1ZS10) is the ultimate audio NAS. Buffalo applied an Ethernet Purifier system to N1Z's LAN terminal, and to maximize the performance, they made it possible to connect the LAN terminal and the player directly without a router or hub. For the disk drive, their newly developed original 512GB SSD for audio is built to drive fixed, consistent sound quality. In order not to make an impact on the LAN terminal, they keep separated the power circuit of the USB device and the electricity-consuming SSD. They also installed 2 power source units with a capacitor bank each.

  • Size: 350×370×60mm
  • Weight: 7kg
  • Support file: DSF, DFF, FLAC, WAV, ALAC, AIFF, AAC, MP3, WMA, OGG, LPCM



N1A (HA-N1AH20) - ¥100,000 ~ ¥200,000

People are beginning to demand high-resolution audio more than ever, so Buffalo developed N1A (HA-N1AH20) for allowing people to easily enjoy high-res sound at home. It is a 430mm wide product featuring 2 1TB HDD and 2GB memory. An Ethernet Purifier system is also applied to N1A and the powercircuit of USB and HDD are completely separated.

  • Size: 430×350×60mm
  • Weight: 7kg
  • Support file: DSF, DFF, FLAC, WAV, ALAC, AIFF, AAC, MP3, WMA, OGG, LPCM



LAN cable C1AE - ¥4,000

C1AE is not just a luxurious looking LAN cable. It provides pure data transfer for audio devices and it is able to suppress noise that occurs inside and outside of the cable. It will be released at the end of March.


 

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