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Innuos PhoenixNET Network Switch

SKU: PhoenixNET-Black

$5,699.00
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Introducing the PhoenixNET, a network switch designed from the ground up with the sole purpose of delivering pristine audio signals to your network music player. Unlike typical IT switches that prioritize data transmission speed over signal quality, the PhoenixNET is crafted to minimize noise and distortion, ensuring the utmost clarity and fidelity for your sensitive audio components. Innuos' unwavering commitment to simplicity and signal purity is fully realized in the PhoenixNET, which takes their already renowned Ethernet port clock improvements to the next level with a cutting-edge, purpose-built network switch design. Whether you're a discerning audiophile or a professional audio engineer, the PhoenixNET is the ultimate solution for achieving uncompromising audio quality over your network.

Innuos is a British audio company founded in 2009 that specializes in the design and manufacture of high-quality digital music servers and network players.

Innuos' products are designed for audiophiles who demand the highest levels of sound quality from their digital music playback. The company's music servers are highly regarded for their ability to deliver high-quality audio playback with low noise and distortion, and for their ease of use and user-friendly interface.

All orders are processed within 48 hours from date of order.

We offer Free Ground Shipping on all orders regardless of size.  

  • If you would like to receive your order quicker you can request Express shipping during Check-Out in the Comments section.  Additional charges will apply.
  • In-stock items are shipped from our Vancouver warehouse and will reach major Canadian cities in 5-7 business days.
  • Items not in stock will either ship from one of our manufacturer partners' warehouses or in rare cases first must be sent to Vancouver and then to you.  
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