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The Eve Play brings AirPlay 2 audio to your Hi-Fi gear this November

A picture of the Eve Play sitting next to an upright iPhone. The iPhone’s now playing widget is on-screen, with the AirPlay selector below the controls.
The Eve Play is AirPlay 2-ready. | Image: Eve

Eve announced it’s releasing a $149.95 AirPlay 2 receiver called the Eve Play — its first audio device — on November 14th. Though a little pricey, the receiver looks aimed at audiophiles: it’s got optical, coaxial, and RCA audio outputs, 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi, a built-in DAC, and an ethernet port.

Eve says you can adjust latency between speakers automatically or manually using the Eve app’s Audio Sync feature if you’re finding multiroom audio isn’t perfectly synchronized. Users will need an iPhone or iPad to use it, as well as a home network to connect it to either via Wi-Fi or ethernet.

Image: Eve

The Eve Play has a great set of outputs for a variety of setups, but no inputs.

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