Providing homeowners with a power solution for their streaming and other AV-related activities, the new Wiim Amp has just been announced.
Wiim, a new audio company says that its affordable amplifier offers multiroom audio options, as well as the ability to enable users to playback their favorite high-resolution audio content and their vinyl collections. Like a standard amplifier, Wiim explains that integrators can setup the Wiim Amp to power a standard set of passive loudspeakers for music or the product can be setup with a stereo soundbar for the use with AV systems.
According to the global electronics company, the Class-D design amplifier is rated to produce 60 watts into 8 ohms and 120 watts into a 4-ohm load.
The Wiim Amp incorporates a set of RCA analog inputs, a digital optical port, and HDMI with ARC input that supports resolutions up to 24-bit/192kHz. The company also notes the unit also outputs audio up to 24-bit/192kHz, and the unit employs an ESS Sabre DAC (digital-to-analog converter) to support the playback of digital audio.
Some of the other features the amp provides includes a USB input that can be used to host media libraries when storage devices are connected, and the Wiim Amp provides equalization (EQ) and parametric EQ options, including 24 presets.
Wiim adds the Wiim Amp also provides users its companion Wiim Home App and Wiim Voice Control to offer homeowners a choice of control options.