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T+A Caruso Series gets software update

The latest version of the Navigator OS for the T+A Caruso Series will be available in mid-June 2024, as announced by the German company T+A elektroakustik GmbH & Co. KG has now announced. This will be accompanied by a revised operating concept in many large and small details, including a new design.

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  • According to T+A elektroakustik GmbH & Co. KG, a comprehensive software upgrade is now available for the T+A Caruso Series.

The German High-end HiFi manufacturer T+A elektroakustik GmbH & Co. KG has been offering particularly outstanding All-in-One solutions for years with the T+A Caruso Series. The first such solution was launched on the market back in 2008, and the company was considered a pioneer in those years, as recognised High-end HiFi producers often ignored such solutions.

For T+A elektroakustik GmbH & Co. KG, on the other hand, it was clear from the outset that such products could address an entirely new customer group, especially if they could offer a variety of sources, modern operation and elegant design with a compact form factor.

T+A Caruso and T+A Caruso R

Two systems are currently available in the T+A Caruso Series: the T+A Caruso and T+A Caruso R solutions. Both are compact, extremely versatile products with an elegant appearance, intuitive operation and, last but not least, an appealing sound.

New Navigator OS

The basis of both systems in the T+A Caruso Series is the so-called Navigator OS, the operating system that can now be expected in a new version, as T+A elektroakustik GmbH & Co. KG promises.

The new Navigator OS presents itself with a revised operating concept in many large and small details, as the German HiFi manufacturer announces on its website, along with a fresh, elegant design.

New home screen

One of the most important new features is the modernised home screen, which is intended to be even clearer and more stylish in terms of design. The manufacturer claims that this home screen combines clarity with elegance and now offers navigation focussed on four source categories, which significantly reduces access times and search efforts. Thanks to an intelligent pre-selection of content, users can now access their favourite music sources much faster, as there is no need to search for the correct source.

The toolbar has also been redesigned and, interestingly, has been modelled on operating concepts used in the automotive sector. This should guarantee direct access to essential functions, such as volume control and other essential control options.

Further detailed improvements such as a simpler search for radio stations, whether FM or DAB, as well as even simpler integration into the network are also to be available with the update.

New design concept

As already mentioned, the graphic design is also new, based on the T+A Solitaire T Companion App and therefore featuring a modern look with blue contrasting colours.

Prices and availability

The new software will of course be available to all customers free of charge, although they won’t have to be patient for much longer. The software update should be available as early as mid-June 2024, as T+A elektroakustik GmbH & Co. KG states.

Getting to the point

Even good things can always be improved, as the German High-end HiFi manufacturer T+A elektroakustik GmbH & Co. KG now wants to prove this with a new software version for the All-in-One systems of the T+A Caruso Series. Once again, every effort has been made to focus even more on the music and to make it even easier and quicker for users to find whatever they are looking for. The update should therefore bring even greater user-friendliness and a fresh look.

THEMET+A Caruso Series gets software update
T+A elektroakustik GmbH & Co. KG
ManufacturerT+A elektroakustik GmbH & Co. KG
Distribution AustriaHandelsvertretung Ing. Gert Weber
Distribution GermanyT+A elektroakustik GmbH & Co. KG
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Michael Holzinger

Michael Holzinger, founder and editor-in-chief of HiFi BLOG and sempre-audio.at, has been working for years as a journalist in the fields of IT, photography, telecommunications and consumer electronics.

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