Innuos At Toronto Audio Fest

The Innuos ZENmini S Music Server and Streamer, and the PULSEmini Network Music Player will make their Canadian show debut in the Carlton Room at the Toronto Audio Fest taking place 21 – 23 October at the Westin Toronto Hotel, Toronto, Canada.

The ZENmini S is the newest music server and streamer in the Innuos lineup, and is built upon the popular and award-winning ZENmini Mk3 platform. The ZENmini S increases performance over the standard model by replacing the Hard Disk Drive with a quicker, quieter Solid State Drive, as well as doubling the RAM from 4GB to 8GB. The original ZENmini Mk3 with hard drive is still available.
The PULSE Network Music Player series was announced in May, 2022 and consists of three players: PULSEmini, PULSE and PULSAR, that are perfectly-suited for music lovers who mostly want to play music from HiFi streaming services like Qobuz and Tidal, or who just want another zone in their home connected to their main music server.
Visitors at the Innuos room will be able to choose their favorite music tracks using the Innuos Sense App, then hear them on a spectacular HiFi system – they can also receive a multi-device demonstration using the PULSEmini as an endpoint and the ZEMnini S as a server. An Innuos PhoenixNET Audiophile-grade Net- work Switch will be ensuring precision and the ZENmini S will include the optional LPSU for demonstration of the ZENmini S by itself.
North American Sales Manager Kevin Jackson stated, “We are thrilled to be working with Asona in Canada for this event as they’ve lined up a great system for us to do demonstrations. This will also be the first time we are showing the versatility of the PULSE and ZEN series working together to offer ease-of-use for multi-room and other multi-system setups.”
Visitors are encouraged to meet with the Innuos and Asona team who will be at the show. Innuos North American Sales Manager, Kevin Jackson will be available at the room to talk about the products, take questions and demonstrate the PULSEmini or ZENmini S.
More details about the Innuos products at the Toronto Audio Fest are available on the Innuos website: 
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Usability and audiophile performance. These two principles have been at odds with one another in the Music Server and Digital Audio world for a long time, but Innuos set out to change this when it was founded in 2009. They maintain their vision that high-quality audio does not mean compromising ease-of-use. Through precise matching of their bespoke hardware and in-house developed software, Innuos music servers and streamers continue to prove that the digital source can still be pushed to new levels.