Audison Bit Play HD In Car Multimeida Player
The Audison Bit Play HD allows you to store your high-res audio files in your car. The big difference between the Bit Play and another type of storage device is the optical connection out of the Bit Play and into the Processor. Since it is all digital and there is no digital-to-analog converter, there is less noise, it sounds better, and there is absolutely no floor noise. In between songs, you hear nothing because there is no DA converter.
For an interface, there is an app that allows you to control the Bit Play from your phone. You control and change songs from the phone app. The other option is to purchase the DRC-MP. This will give you a physical interface that you can install in your vehicle to control the Bit Play. The most common application is to use the phone app.
To store files on the Bit Play HD, you connect your hard drive(s) via the USB hard drive input connections. The most common way to do this will be with thumb drives. If you don't want to deal with thumb drives, you can upgrde to the SSD version which has a 240GB solid state hard drive built-in. In my honest opinion, if you are spending the money for a Bit Play, step up and get the SSD version. This will allow you to use WiFi to transfer songs from your home computer to your Bit Play without needing to mess with thumb drives.
The Audison Bit Play is a device for the discerning audiophile who demands the absolute best, is tech-savvy enough to understand how the file transfers work, and has the money to spend on a $650 device that will store music and deliver a superior audio experience. We recommend using the Audison Bit Play HD along with the Bit One HD Virtuoso and Audison VOCE amplifiers with the optical inputs. This removes digital to analog converters from the system and delivers absolutely beautiful sound.