Onkyo’s AirPlay-compatible T-4070 Network Tuner is ready for the media revolution. Connect the T-4070 to your home network for access to cloud-based streaming services, internet radio, and PC-based multi-format music libraries. Stream audio wirelessly from your iOS device or PC with AirPlay, or enjoy music stored on iPod, iPhone, or flash-memory device via the direct-digital USB port. Naturally, you can also select from available AM/FM/DAB/DAB+ radio stations. Managing this abundance of music couldn’t be easier, with Onkyo’s Remote App for iPod touch/iPhone and Android phone putting control of the T-4070 in the palm of your hand. Whichever way you choose to listen, you’ll be blown away by the sheer quality of the sound. Encased in a 1.6 mm-thick anti-vibration chassis, the DIDRC circuitry and Wolfson® 192 kHz/24-bit DACs on each channel deliver extremely accurate, audiophile-level processing. Added to an Onkyo Reference Series hi-fi system or to your existing stereo set-up, the T-4070 will reinvigorate the soundtrack to your life.
Internet Radio and Music Streaming Services
Accessing the internet via Ethernet and your home network, the T-4070 brings streaming audio and internet radio to your listening space. Enjoy a virtually limitless choice of internet radio channels from services such as vTuner, Last.fm, and Spotify, build your own playlists, or find artists similar to your favorites quickly and easily. No more waiting for downloads or filling up valuable disc space on smartphones
Wireless Streaming with AirPlay
AirPlay allows you to stream audio from your iOS device or iTunes-equipped personal computer to the T-4070 over your household Wi-Fi network. The protocol transmits audio files with no deterioration in original sound quality, making it ideal for sensitive hi-fi systems.
Onkyo has developed DIDRC technology for use in its hi-fi components. Despite being beyond the normal range of human hearing, frequencies above 100 kHz are susceptible to forms of distortion from digital devices. Subtle distortion in the super high frequency range can generate “beat interference”, which can affect the original sound characteristics. DIDRC effectively reduces perceptible noise and delivers clearer-than-ever audio.