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Music lovers are familiar with music streaming services such as Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora or Google Play. Now, they can listen to their favorite songs throughout their house using Nativ, a high-res music system that connects wirelessly to speakers, headphones or televisions and plays music from streaming services.

Nativ was developed by Hong Kong-based startup and features two independent products: the Nativ Vita, which is a touchscreen music player, and the Wave. The device itself sports an 11.6-inch touchscreen and it offers 4TB of internal storage. Users can play music from streaming services or saved playlists from their phones or computers, and on the display, they’ll find the catalog of music, plus information about artists, albums and tour dates.

There are over 40,000 free supported Internet stations that offer 50 genres of music and users can connect the Nativ Vita to wireless speakers and hear the music in all rooms, or they can enjoy a private listening experience, by connecting the device to headphones. If they want to watch music videos, they’ll stream them directly to their TV, via HDMI or Chromecast. If users will throw a party and want to make their guests dance, then Nativ is surely the best solution.

As we were saying, the device has a touchscreen interface where users are able to select which song to play, but they can also control the music by giving voice commands, as Vita has a built-in multidirectional microphone, or they can install a free application for Android or iOS. The second product, the Wave, is a digital-to-analog converter and amplifies the sound in headphones, being capable of playing DSD tracks with up to 11.2896 MHz, or DXD and PCM files up to 32-bit/384 kHz. The Wave can be also used as a standalone product for PC or Mac, and it can be coupled with the Nativ Pulse, a high-precision linear power supply.