Audirvana, the maker of Audirvana Plus, the reference hi-fi audio player currently available for the Mac OS, announced the launch of its Windows 10 version catering for the other spectrum of PC owners. Highly anticipated, the Windows 10 version will feature a totally redesigned user interface is designed to take Audirvana Plus to an even wider audience.
Created by Damien Plisson and acclaimed by users and audio specialists around the world, Audirvana Plus has quickly been recognized as market’s reference player, enabling music lovers who have a Mac to replace iTunes and dramatically improve the sound quality of their music library.
“As a music lover who’s always looking for the best sound quality, I am very happy to present this new product, which allows PC owners to enjoy their music with the sound quality they dreamed of, ” said Plisson.
New Features of Audirvana Plus for Windows 10
Audirvana Plus for Windows 10 has the same benefits as Audirvana Plus 3.2 for Mac OS, while offering Windows users a new, and wonderfully intuitive and fluid interface. The software also offers the latest developments, such as:
- New “View by Artists” in addition to those by Tracks, Albums
- Direct selection of the audio device on the Main Interface
- Redesigned search engine
- New mini-player
Other Features of Audirvana Plus for Windows 10
In addition to these latest innovations, Audirvana integrates the existing benefits of Audirvana Plus for Mac into the Windows 10 version, including:
- Playback of all the popular audio formats, including Hi-Res audio files such as FLAC, WAV, AIFF, DSD, and the new MQA format
- Integration of Qobuz and Tidal HiFi Streaming Services
- Remote control with the A+ Remote app
- Compatibility with network players that properly use the UPnP/DLNA standard
The Audirvana Plus for Windows 10 will be available in June 2018, with the estimated USD74/ €64 excluding taxes.
Audirvana is one of the better softwares to play from a macbook and since 2018 for windows 10 too.
Integration with Quobuz and Tidal works flawless and the UI is very nice.
For people with newer (and tagged) Flac files one of the best solutions HOWEVER:
Having 10.000+ old ripped WAV files without any tags at all, this program is a drag to get an overview of my music, stored on my NAS.
Solution: Just add a file browser in order to just brows through my maps with files I am doing as for ages.
This would let me instantly buy this program and install it on my Intel NUC, I specially bought for Audirvana+.
Since questions around this issue are not answered, I think there are not many users having older and untagged files like me I guess…
So Audirvana only for youngsters, leaving the old generations with empty hands?
Hope I am wrong and seing Audirvana bring out an update with much appreciated file browser.
muito bom. parabens