It was an expensive all-in-one device with amp, pre-amp, DAC, a lot of inputs, and access to the major streaming services and internet radio stations. It looked striking, but how good was it at what looked like a premium price?
That was what I wanted to find out. Could it drive a wide variety of speakers, and was its futuristic design a gimmick or a breakthrough?
I hope you’ll read my extensive review of the Naim Uniti Atom and learn what I discovered. It’s upcoming in Secrets of Home Theater and High Fidelity.