is designed to be added to an existing Hi Fi system as a primary source.
Yes, you can, though youll
most likely find you have little need to. Most users find that, once they have
a DigiFi in the house, they dont want to go back to searching for
server units that use DigiFi use components that eliminate the need for
a fan. This removes sonic interference and ensures that the server is unobtrusive.
Fidelity is committed to best of breed solutions, wherever they come from. In
developing the DigiFi product we have partnered with companies able to provide
cutting-edge technological solutions. We have found the Dell to be the most stable,
reliable and effective controller currently on the market. We also recommend the
HP5550 and are constantly testing other PDAs as they become available and will
post our test results on the Digital Fidelity website.
Yes, though as the PDA is used
as the key controller for your music collection, it is best not to use it for
any other purpose.
A dialogue box will tell you that you are out
of range. When you come back into range, the software will automatically reconnect.
operates seamlessly with Crestron and AMX with instant interface synchronisation
Yes, you can connect your DigiFi
to any TV set that has S-VHS or composite video (standard AV) inputs
Yes, as long as
it is MP3, WMA or WAV. DigiFi also controls DRM.
Yes but Digital Fidelity asks that
you recognise the copyright laws in your country.
Yes, DigiFi automatically makes
a ghost copy of each song in MP3 format (at 192k). When you dock your
favourite MP3 player, the DigiFi senses what music is missing and copies
it automatically to the player. DigiFi is happy to dock with PC or MAC formatted