Aurender N200 High-Performance Caching Music Server

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Aurender N200 High-Performance Caching Music Server

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Key info

  • Audio formats up to PCM 32-bit/768kHz and DSD512, ensuring unparalleled sound quality.
  • Seamless integration with popular streaming services like Tidal, Qobuz, and Spotify, along with support for local networked libraries and USB storage devices.
  • With advanced clocking technology, the N200 minimizes jitter and timing errors, resulting in clearer audio reproduction and improved sonic fidelity.
  • Easily navigate and control your music library with the Aurender Conductor app, available for iOS and Android devices, or the convenient front-panel display.

All specifications

Physical characteristics
Weight 9.0kg
Dimensions (HxWxD) 330 x 96 x 355 mm
Sample rate Up to DSD 512 (USB DSD) Up to 32bit / 384kHz (USB PCM) Up to 24bit / 192 kHz (S/pdif PCM)
Built-in Memory 240GB NVMe (for System Cache)
External memory 2.5” HDD or SSD x 1 or 2 (optional-user installed)
Display 6.9
Digital inputs 2x USB 3.0
Digital outputs 1x USB 2.0 (Digital Audio), 1x COAX


Rack Appeal. Step up your streaming game.

High-Performance Digital Output Network Transport with USB and Coaxial digital outputs, handsome color screen, and 2 x 2.5″ Slots for user-installable library storage.

The N200 represents a milestone in the ever-expanding offerings of music server / streamers from Aurender. Its combination of exceptional audio performance, unique feature set and selling price make the N200 a highly desirable model within the Aurender range. N200 is yet another leap in audio performance that one would expect from a new Aurender model. Updating and improving upon the N100SC by virtue of an all-new low-power Intel quad-core processor, low-noise linear power supply and increased system memory bringing higher fidelity to your digital files and streams. Physically larger, as well and sporting a 6.9” color LCD display lends the N200 the look of a mini N20. Also incorporated are all the recent Aurender innovations, including the latest-generation Audio Class 2.0 USB and Coaxial digital outputs, 2X isolated gigabit ethernet port and super-capacitor based uninterrupted power supply (UPS). Aurender also expanded the options for internal music library storage capacity by providing two user accessible dual HDD/SSD trays allowing for the installation of the drive type and capacity that best suits your needs. And, if you’re streaming 100%, no drives need to be installed.

All Aurender products are controlled by the Aurender Conductor app, which is supported on iPad, iPhone, Android phone and tablets.

The N200, as is true will all Aurender models, benefits from being an inclusive design, meaning that all the necessary technology required for file serving or streaming music is incorporated within one audio component. This approach provides a high level of stability, reliability and predictability of operation which results in superior sound quality and user experience.

The Art of Music Making

N200 represents a milestone in terms of exceptional sound quality, unique feature set, and high value. In order to make N200 accessible to as many music lovers as possible, we have omitted the expensive OCXO-controlled digital audio board in favor of a simple, dedicated USB audio output.

N200 sports all the recent Aurender technological innovations including cache-based playback, a low power Intel quad-core processor, our latest generation modular USB Audio output, double isolated gigabit ethernet port, and super-capacitor based uninterruptible power supply (UPS) for safe shut downs. N200 is capable of handling PCM up to 384kHz and DSD content up to an amazing DSD512!

A 6.9” full-color IPS LCD display renders album artwork and track information in gorgeous detail. We’ve also expanded the internal music library storage capacity by providing two user-installable SSD/HDD trays to suit your needs. And, if you’re 100% streaming, no storage drives need to be installed.

N200 delivers audio performance very close to the pinnacle Aurender experience, with only compromises that are irrelevant except in the context of the most extreme high-end systems.

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