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    Innuos Statement

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    Innuos  Statement Music Server

    Innuos Statement flagship music server, designed to take digital audio to a new level of performance.

    • New linear power supply architecture with 8 independent PSU Rails
    • EMI-optimised motherboard exclusively designed for Innuos
    • Custom-designed Ethernet and USB Reclockers with 3bpp OCXO clocks
    • 10mm CNC-machined aluminium chassis
    • 8GB RAM with 4GB In-Memory Playback
    • New Generation Quad-core Intel CPU
    • Asymmetrical isolation feet

    Partnering once again with Dr. Sean Jacobs, a new power supply architecture was designed exclusively for the Statement. The power supply is distributed between two enclosures, with one enclosure containing the AC/DC conversion stage and the other containing the regulation stage together with the server components.

    The advantage is clear: regulated “clean” power traverses a very short path, soldered point to point, with the least resistance and exposure to EMI. This is superior in efficiency compared to a traditional architecture where a separate power supply is used – regulated “clean” power needs to go through more obstacles of internal cabling, output connectors, cable, input connectors and more internal cable before it reaches its destination.

    Each critical component of the server receives its own dedicated power supply from one of the 8 independent power rails, further preventing component cross-contamination. Of particular note is the use of a dedicated power supply for each of the Ethernet and USB high-precision OCXO clocks, ensuring these clocks work at their best.

    Not fully satisfied with existing USB and Ethernet re-clocking designs, Innuos designed in-house their own boards for this purpose. At the heart of the design are 3 principles: The use of very high-precision OCXO clocks for timing the signals, extreme care in powering important components preventing cross-contamination, and extremely short paths between components.

    While the use of OCXO clocks is not new, the way they are powered and the layout of the board has proven to be extremely important for their performance. As an example, dozens of USB controllers were analysed in terms of how they were powered and clocked so that they allowed this control to be done externally. The USB Controller is regulated by no less than 3 ultra-low noise regulators, one per independent voltage.

    Keeping the clock very close to the controllers, via a dedicated track on the board itself, helps to avoid the losses in signal quality that come with the use of external clock units.

    Housed in a casing of 10mm-thick CNC-machined aluminium, the Statement is not just a pretty face. The thick metal enclosure helps to isolate external EMI, and its weight helps dampen harmful vibration into the system. By using a double-enclosure design, it also helps to contain the vibration effects of the massive 540VA toroidal transformer at its heart.

    The motherboard has been fully EMI-optimised to our own exclusive design by, removing any unnecessary, noise-generating components capable of compromising audio. A fully-customised BIOS ensures the hardware works at its lowest noise without impairing performance. Further EMI treatment is then applied to the motherboard so that EMI is absorbed rather than reflected to other components.





    Digital Output

    Re-clocked USB 2.0 supporting USB Audio Class 2
    DoP, Native DSD and MQA
    Re-clocked dedicated Ethernet Streamer Port

    Ethernet 2 x rear panel RJ45 – Bridged Gigabit Ethernet
    USB 2x USB 2.0 (1x re-clocked, 1x non-reclocked), 1x USB 3.0 (Backup)

    CD Formats Red Book
    Disc Compatibility CD, CD-R, CD-RW
    Audio format for stored CDs FLAC (zero compression), WAV
    Audio Formats Supported for streaming and playing WAV, AIFF, FLAC, ALAC, AAC, MP3, MQA (with supported DACs)

    Sample Rates 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4KHz. 192kHz, 352.8KHz, 384KHz , up to DSD128 via DoP, Native DSD on selected DACs
    Bit Depths 16bit, 24bit, 32bit

    Web Interface Web Browsers from iOS, Android (4.0 and up) or up-to-date Windows and OS X browsers
    Mobile App for iPhone/iPad, Android and Windows 10

    CD/DVD drive TEAC Slot-loading drive
    Hard Drive 1TB SSD with Vibration and EMI treatment
    CPU Intel Quad Core N4200
    Memory 8GB DDR3 Low-Voltage RAM (4GB Dedicated for RAM Playback)

    UPnP/DLNA Integrated UPnP Server
    Streaming Services Qobuz, Spotify Connect, Tidal, Internet Radio
    Roon Compatibility Roon Core and Roon Bridge
    Average CD Storage Time 5 minutes
    CD Metadata FreeDB, MusicBrainz, Discogs, GD3
    Compatible Music Systems Sonos Multi-room Wireless Music System
    DLNA/UPnP compatible devices
    USB DACs complying to USB Audio Class 2
    USB DACs supporting DSD over DoP protocol
    Selected USB DACs supporting Native DSD

    Network Internet connection to access album metadata when storing CDs, Internet Radio, Streaming Services and software updates
    Network router with at least one available ethernet port
    Premium subscription required for some streaming services such as Spotify, Qobuz and Tidal
    Recommended App (USB Connection Only) iPeng 9 (iOS), OrangeSqueeze (Android), Squeeze Control (Windows 10)

    Mains Supply 230V AC / 115V AC – 8x Internal Linear Power Supply
    Power Consumption 20W when idle, 35W peak

    Dimensions Main: 90 x 420 x 350mm (H x W x D)
    Power: 110 x 420 x 350 (H x W x D)
    Weight Main: 8.2kg
    Power: 13.4kg

    In the box Innuos Statement Music Server
    Mains Cable
    2x 0.3m umbilical interconnect
    2m Ethernet Cable