First out of the blocks are the CR-H700 CD receiver, complete with support for AirPlay, DLNA and USB playback, and the UD-H01 DAC with USB interface.
The UD-H01 will be joined by a family of products with the same, diminuitive dimensions, and each specialising in CD playback, PC audio, streaming and more.
TEAC describes the CR-H700 as an Apple AirPlay CD receiver. Set to go on sale for £549, the micro-sized box offers two 40watt channels of power.
As well as a CD player supporting CD-R/RW discs, the CR-H700 has DLNA and AirPlay support for streaming music.
You can also connect an iPod/iPhone or memory stick via USB to give you yet more playback options.
The CR-H700 will also give you access to Internet radio as well as AM/FM stations. It’s due out in September.
The UD-H01 meanwhile is a high-resolution DAC with USB, with 32bit/192kHz dual D/A BurrBrown converters.
It will have 192kHz up-conversion, coaxial and optical digital inputs, XLR and RCA outputs and a headphone jack with volume control.
The range will also include an iPad dock, a streaming device with AirPlay and DLNA support, a CD player and a USB/PC audio component, each with an aluminium front panel.
The UD-H01 is due out in July and will cost £299.
Also in the pipeline is an Apple AirPlay music system. The NS-X1, £279, supports AirPlay and DLNA, offers multiroom capabilities, has an iPod/iPhone dock and intergrated speakers.
And thanks to the slimline design you can even mount it on a wall. The slimline NS-X1 is due out in September.
We’re expecting a sample of the UD-H01 very soon, so look out for an exclusive review, while the TEAC mini Aurb will be reviewed in our September issue.