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SOtM sNH-10G – The Audiophile Ethernet Switch is Here!

The audiophile-grade network switch, SOtM sNH-10G, is now available.

  • The sNH-10G can prove what the ultimate sound should be in your network system.
  • How many audiophiles would have been satisfied with sound in their system? Especially with a network audio system, you may know from your own experience that it’s not easy to overcome and resolve all variation from the network circumstances.

Key features

  • The sNH-10G is designed for the high-end network audio system. It consists of
    • 8 x RJ-45 ports
    • 2 x SFP ports
    • support 10, 100, 1G Ethernet.

And the SOtM sCLK-EX high-end clock module with 10MHz master clock input can be installed optionally.

Performance

Your network audio system will be able to perform with more realistic textures, wider soundstage and explosive dynamics without losing the detail of the entire range. Pairing with the dCBL-CAT7, sPS-500 and sCLK-OCX10, the performance would be further maximized.

Pricing

  • The standard sNH-10G: $800 USD
  • The sNH-10G with the sCLK-EX installation: $1,500 USD
  • The sNH-10G with the sCLK-EX and the master clock input installation: $1,700 USD

The price mentioned above is Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price., not including VAT, importing Taxes, shipping nor others.

About SOtM

SOtM is a very special brand which can deliver the Soul Of the Music through the cutting edge audio technology. SOtM will become the most important partner in your music life.

www.sotm-audio.com

Jay Luong

Mr. Audio Bacon himself. An open-minded electrical engineer and software developer by trade. I have an obsession with the enjoyment of all things media - specifically in the realm of music and film. So much heart and soul (and money) go into the creation of this artistry. My aim is to find out which products get me closer to what the musicians and directors intended.

View Comments

  • Whoever makes this should be ashamed, and whoever buys this should be embarrassed. Unless
    1) Your network switch is somehow coupling noise to your analog signal
    OR
    2) Your bandwidth is so terrible that your streaming service is switching to a lower bit rate
    your network switch has bugger all to do with sound quality. Certainly you can't claim it has anything to do with "Soundstage".
    If 1) is a problem, figure out your audio circuit and filter or isolate your noise source.
    If 2) is a problem, figure out where the bandwidth bottleneck is and deal with it like a normie - check your ISP, modem, router, switches, DNS, etc

  • Quoth Hashmael: >Whoever makes this should be ashamed, and whoever buys this should be embarrassed.

    That should pretty much be the motto of this site.

  • I wouldn't mind a quality ethernet switch with a linear power supply. But, the price for this one is just too much.

  • Folks interested in this switch may want to wait on the sidelines until Uptone Audio releases its switch, the EtherRegen, currently targeted for release early next year. I am fairly confident it will be cheaper than the Sotm switch based on comments from Uptone.

  • "Your network audio system will be able to perform with more realistic textures, wider soundstage and explosive dynamics without losing the detail of the entire range"

    This product is incredible. It has changed the laws of Physics. Wow !

  • I’ve one that I kept after one week testing. The difference it makes is surprising. At first I thought something was wrong. I was used to the agressivity of the sound may be. Now my system is just more musical. Live music is rendered with room acoustic like never before.

  • I have this highend audio switch for two months now. It is much better than the other two Buffalo switches I used before.

    SOtM is smooth and detailed. The sound is very analog. I know it is expensive but nothing is cheap in highend audio. I recommend you keep an open mind and listen to one before making negative comments.

  • I currently have Antipodes EX & CX solution which i am delighted with ,i was wondering if the SOtM sNH-10G Switch would improve sound even further

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