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Teac NS-X1 Silver

Teac NS-X1 Silver
alaScore 86

6 reviews

Jul, 2014

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(Based on 6 reviews)

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TEAC NS-X1 review

 

This "coolest, slimmest AirPlay system" has a lot to live up to. So does it do its launch hype justice?

Works with AirPlay ; DNLA compliant ; Looks good

Poor sound quality ; Some flimsy build quality ; Lacks power

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Teac NS-X1 AirPlay Speaker Dock

 

Slim, affordable, stylish and AirPlay equipped so why does it all go so horribly wrong?

Just 55mm thick ; AirPlay enabled ; Internet Radio

Poor, muffled sound quality ; Cheap build materials ; Overly expensive for performance

, network keys and have to restart the NS-X1 a number of times. It must be stressed this isn't Teac's fault, it is an inherent flaw in AirPlay at this time though one we can see less tech savvy users struggling with.

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TEAC NS-X1 review

 

Teac's NS-X1 might not have a name that rolls off the tongue, but it's one of the better-looking audio streamers we've seen. Its silver and black finish is reasonably stylish, even if it is mostly made from plastic. It's also very compact, so you...

A great design can’t save the NS-X1’s other failings

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TEAC NS-X1 AirPlay speaker system review

 

Latest in the ever-lengthening list of streaming devicescompatible with Apple's AirPlay technology is the TEACNS-X1, designed as a portable radio, iPod dock and streamer combowith built-in amp and speakers.

Neat design, AirPlay, wall mountable

Remote could be better specified, sound is decent but notspectacular

The TEAC NS-X1 is a neat little iPod dock, internet radio andmusic streamer but it's AirPlay that helps it stand out. It's notthe cheapest AirPlay dock, but it's certainly not the mostexpensive either and offers a pretty good sound for its pricepoint.

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Teac NS-X1

 

Good idea, looks pretty good, when it works it's just what I wanted

So many bad points that it's now being returned, I really wanted to like this product and gave it every chance ; 1. It's slow - turning it on, choosing a favourite internet radio station and actually getting sound out of it takes about 20 seconds. All...

Product Specifications

Configuration

AirPlay: Yes
DIGITAL RADIO: No
DLNA certified: Yes
DTS Decoder: No
Internet Radio: Yes
Real Dolby: No
Remote Control: Yes
Subwoofer: No
UPnP:UPnP
USB Recording: No
Web Content Access: No
WiFi Connectivity: Yes

Connectivity

Docking System:Apple Docking
Ethernet: Yes
HDMI: No
iPod Control:Direct Control
Number of Output Channels:2 (Stereo)
PMP Docking:iPod Docking
Signal Input:Analogue
USB:USB 2.0
USB Interface: No

General Features

1080p Upscaling: No
2D to 3D Conversion: No
3D: No
4K Passthrough / Upscaling: No
CD Player / Recorder: No
Construction:Single Case Speaker System
DVD Player / Recorder: No
Network Music System: No
Product Type:Audio Home System
Signal Connection:Wireless + Wired
Sound Projector: No
Speaker Type:Active

Loudspeaker

Wireless Speakers: No

Playback

Blu-ray Playback: No
DivX Playback: No
MP3 Playback: Yes

Recording

Blu-ray Recording: No

Sound

Dolby / DTS: No
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