WiiM Introduces Amp Pro And Ultra At High-End Munich Exhibition

WiiM, a streaming audio expert, is making waves once again with the introduction of two new products at the High-End Munich Show, which has audio that some of us can only imagine.

Thankfully, none of WiiM’s streaming devices—including these two new models—are astronomically expensive. The popular audiophile-grade streamers and amplifier devices from WiiM, currently available in their most improved versions, were announced last year, and the WiiM Ultra and WiiM Amp Pro were released in response.

The WiiM Ultra’s design combines high performance, connection, and a variety of features with excellent acoustics. It has a physical volume knob, a 3.5-inch full-color touchscreen, and a number of additional audio inputs and outputs.

Turntables, TVs, headphones, AV receivers, subwoofers, smart speakers, Bluetooth headsets, and many other devices can be connected to the device. The WiiM Ultra offers customers access to high-resolution music, podcasts, and audiobooks thanks to its sophisticated high-resolution audio capabilities. The gadget supports a variety of audio formats and is integrated with well-known streaming providers.

A variety of audio inputs and outputs, including HDMI ARC, Line-In, Phono-in, and Optical Inputs, as well as Line-Out, Optical, Coaxial, USB, Subwoofer, and a dedicated headphone output connection, are included in the updated specifications of the new WiiM Ultra. The streamer has the most recent Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity, and it makes use of a 32-bit/384kHz ES9038 Q2M SABRE DAC.

Encased in an aluminum casing, the display has a new 3.5-inch touchscreen and features big album art along with playback control, presets, EQ, audio input and output, and device settings. Additionally, the WiiM Ultra features built-in room correction technology that evaluates a space’s acoustics precisely and adjusts the speakers and subwoofer to suit the needs of the user.