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Melco’s very own ‘Black Friday’ introduces a new black-finish option for the N10 Series of libraries and accessories

Melco’s very own ‘Black Friday’ introduces a new black-finish option for the N10 Series of libraries and accessories

28th November 2019, Farnham, UK: Melco (est. 1975), the world’s leading audiophile digital music library manufacturer, is celebrating Black Friday in its own unique way with the introduction of a new black-finish option across its recently introduced half-width N10 Series of digital music libraries, comprising the entry-level N100 (£1,999) and the flagship N10 (£6,999) two-box solution. The new black finish also extends to the matching half-width accessories, including the new S100 audiophile data-switch announced in October.

First unveiled at High End, Munich, in 2019, the new black finish option joins the established silver variant across the space-saving N10 Series. Whilst the black finish has always been available with Melco’s full-width N1 Series, (which were the first Melco audiophile music libraries to introduced), the roll-out was staggered with the compact-chassis N10 Series.

Melco’s wide-ranging half-width accessories, including the D100 Compact Disc Drive/Loader, E100 (3TB HDD) expansion drive (pictured with the N100) and the aforementioned S100 data-switch, are also available in black to match the N10 and N100 libraries.

 Melco’s digital music libraries are transitioning to the new EX Series which made its world debut at The UK Hi-Fi Show Live 2019 in Ascot (November) and features a comprehensive software suite upgrade to include the powerful Melco Intelligent Music Library, incorporating SongKong for Melco and MinimServer (for unrivalled browse and search capabilities), plus vTuner and more. Full EX Series details are expected w/c Dec. 1st.


Melco contact details 

+44(0)2477 220650 (ADMM, UK distributor) 

About Melco 

Melco (Maki Engineering Laboratory Company) was established by Makoto Maki in 1975 in Japan. Maki, an enthusiastic audiophile, established the company to design and manufacture the finest audio components of the time; the undoubted masterpiece of the Melco line was the turntable (introduced into the UK in 1980) which set new standards in music reproduction.

From those early beginnings, Melco developed into the largest computer peripherals manufacturer in Japan (Buffalo Inc.), offering advanced products based on rigorous R&D. These included wireless routers, ethernet data switches and storage devices such as NAS drives.

Now, the company is proud to revive the highly respected Melco brand, offering discerning audiophiles high-technology network audio components in the spirit of those much-revered early Melco products, while incorporating the very latest research into reliable, high-performance networked devices and storage.

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