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LANRover USB Transporter

Isolates and perfects USB music signals

LANRover will not work with computers running Windows 10

LANRover is like the Power Plant of digital audio—cleaning, isolating, regenerating and newly formatting USB musical data, a process that dramatically improves audio performance with any DAC. In addition to improving USB audio, LANRover can physically separate your computer or music server from the sound system. USB audio signals, which rapidly degrade over distance, can now be sent from any room in your home to any other without loss of performance. In fact, LANRover significantly improves performance of any USB source for any musical signal, regardless of distance.

Easy to install, no drivers or computer experience necessary.

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LANRover USB Transporter

Product Description

We love the freedom USB audio affords, but few among us are satisfied with its performance.

Connecting computers or music servers to DACs is problematic because USB, which connects the two together, has a number of limitations—chief among them, compromised sound quality.

LANRover is a breakthrough product that solves the persistent problems and shortcomings of USB audio. Placed between the computer and your DAC, LANRover regenerates newly formed packets of 2-way data that separates the noisy computer or server from the sensitive DAC—becoming an indispensable element in any high-end audio chain. Once installed, you’ll no longer need (or want) any other product in your music’s path.

Jitter and power supply noise, sometimes data losses, challenge even the most carefully designed DACs to sound their best when connected to USB. Further, USB is a fragile 2-way transmission medium with a maximum length of 5 meters permitted before it is unusable. The longer the cable, the greater the degradation. Even the quality of an appropriate length USB cable matters. Customers spend hundreds of dollars for the best available in the hopes of reducing these failings to acceptable levels.

Computing platforms are noisy and jittered environments, rarely optimized for digital audio, which is why ancillary software products like Audirvana, Bit Perfect, and Amarra—as well as hardware accessories that attempt to clean up the interface are so popular.

The PS Audio LANRover solves this fundamental interface issue entirely and, at the same time, offers the freedom to isolate the computer or music server in one room of the home, and the DAC in any other—all without compromise.

Setup is as easy as it gets. LANRover is a matched pair: one near the computer, the other near the DAC, and separated by Ethernet cabling (CAT 5 or 6), or a home router. No additional software or drivers are necessary. For a computer or music server in the same room as the DAC, simply disconnect the existing USB cable (between the computer and DAC) and insert the LANRover pair, separated by any length of Ethernet cabling. If the computer or server’s in another room, the same setup applies, separated by a wired home router (like the one you use for your internet connection).

It’s easy, simple, and the results are nothing short of breathtaking. Truly a component you’ll not be able to live without once installed.

Bottom line. Until you regenerate and isolate USB audio with LANRover, you’ve no idea just how good your computer audio system can sound.

  • Regenerates, cleans, and reclocks USB audio data
  • Galvanically isolates DAC from computer or music server
  • Buffers and retimes audio data irrespective of computer or server
  • Removes any need for separating 5V from USB cable
  • Eliminates computer jitter
  • Removes computer digital and power supply noise
  • Increases possible distance between computer and DAC from a maximum of 5 meters to 100 meters
  • Works over home LAN router
  • Place computer or music server in one room and DAC in any other
  • Dramatically enhances sound quality of USB audio
  • Works with PCM or DSD audio
  • PCM to 352kHz, single or double rate DSD
  • Requires no additional software
  • Works with any installed USB driver
  • Windows, Linux and Mac compatible

Audio Bacon

Jay Luong

Needless to say, the PS Audio LANRover blew me away, especially at this price-point.
It provides amazing sound with its stock power supply and requires no setup. It gives you the flexibility of placing your server and DAC in different rooms far apart and most importantly isolates the signal from the noisy computer/music server. The enormous improvements over the other USB conditioners (outside of the mR) is unequivocal. PS Audio has done a great job finding and tweaking this beautiful device and I’m glad to say their efforts will be well-rewarded as many of us audiophiles will benefit heavily from this technology. Keep up the fantastic work!

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Positive Feedback

David Robinson

To my surprise, in my setup the improvement in sound with my well-known Kubala-Sosna Realization USB cable was immediately apparent, right out of the box. There was a definite improvement in transparency, probably due to an improvement in the noise floor. Thus, there were also gains in detail, dynamics, and harmonic integration with all Single and Double DSD recordings that I tried from our very large library of same over a period of weeks.

So…this is your brief impressions heads-up. The PS Audio LANRover is real, amigos! If it can hoist a top-notch reference nearfield reference desktop system like the one we have here, then it will improve things in any setting that I can imagine.

Don't wait…don't hesitate. If you're using USB cables in your audio system, then get off your buttmost parts and get yourself to the PS Audio Web site (HERE) to read up on the LANRover USB Transport. Whether you're reaching a meter or two, or want to ship your computer-based audio signal dozens of feet, you'll find that the LANRover will answer the call splendidly.

I can tell you one thing absolutely for sure: These bloody devils are definitely staying in use here….

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Part Time Audiophile

Scott Hull

The LAN Rover from PS Audio does exactly what it purports to do. That is, connect two USB devices together seamlessly and transparently. Sure, $599 is not exactly cheap, but it probably is cheaper than buying yourself a new special-purpose computer, or a brand new DAC for that matter. That’s not nothing. If you already have a non-specialized computer that you use (or want to use) for audio, I fully expect a LAN Rover to kick it up a notch — and if that computer cannot be anywhere near your audio rack, the LAN Rover seems to be a no-brainer. Two delicious birds, one handy stone.

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