The Audioserver –
the most flexible audio solution for any building
The Audioserver was specifically developed for use by Loxone Partners!
Thanks to straightforward DIN-rail mounting and familiar configuration within Loxone Config, the Audioserver is the perfect tool for Loxone Partners. Combining an impressive form factor with powerful performance.
The inherent expandability of the Audioserver means that it gives you an extremely versatile and scalable solution – making it the perfect solution for all manner of home & building automation projects.
Forget the time-consuming process of integrating third-party solutions – the Audioserver will seamlessly fit into any Loxone installation.
The hardware and software have been specifically designed to work together in perfect harmony – this ensures that the Audioserver is exceptionally reliable and maintenance-free.
The Audiosever is designed to be DIN-rail mounted in a space-saving and flexible manner. Sloting perfectly into your panel.
with Loxone Config
Like all Loxone products, the Audioserver is designed to be quickly and easily configured within Loxone Config.
The Audioserver has been developed to provide reliable and high-quality audio 24 hours a day, 365 days a year – for the entire lifespan of the building. It has no moving parts – such as fans – and hence is extremely energy-efficient with a power consumption of only 2 watts when idle.
The hardware and software – which have been specifically designed to work together in perfect harmony – fit seamlessly into every Loxone installation.
Simple and flexible
The Audioserver has been specifically designed to be DIN-rail mounted. Thanks to its 4 amplifier outputs, 24VDC operating power and it’s 9-part housing* – it’s perfect for Loxone Partners.
The Audioserver can be expanded with up to 10 Stereo Extensions or 20 amplifier outputs via our specially developed Tree Turbo interface. For larger installations, you can use several Audioservers on the same network – giving you unparalleled levels of expandability.
Digital grouping of outputs
Note: In our example, all room have been fitted with several speakers.
With the Audio Player Group Fixed Function Block you can combine two or more Audio Players in Loxone Config to create a fixed audio grouping. When in a fixed grouping you can still adjust the volume of each Audio Player individually.
New: With the new firmware version since 29.06.2022 it is possible to set dynamic groups.
Rich and clear sound
for all speaker types
The Audioserver is not a speaker – it’s the intelligent power behind your wired speakers. When combined with high-quality speakers the Audioserver forms the basis for rich and clear sound. Whether it’s relaxing background music or a powerful party playlist – the Audioserver has got you covered.
When combined with Loxone Speakers, the Audioserver provides a solution which integrates into any building seamlessly.
Sources and formats
Personal digital music libraries, the most popular streaming service in the world, thousands of internet radio stations and much more. There’s plenty of ways for your customers to listen to their favourite music with the Audioserver.
The Audioserver has:
LAN interface for communication with the Miniserver
– Network sharing of media
– 100 Mbps
USB 2.0 Type A for locally saved audio
– USB Sticks: FAT32, single partition, max. 512GB
– USB HHD: FAT32/NTFS/EXT3/EXT4, max 1TB, max. 500mA
Micro SD card slot for locally saved audio
– 8GB Industrial Micro SD card
Supported formats (Network sharing, USB, SD card)
– WMA lossless
SPDIF-Out (digital, electrical)
4x Amplifier outputs
– 4 … 8Ω
– 20Hz … 20kHz
– Max. peak performance
50W per channel
– Max. RMS power
18W per channel
– Type: Class D
up to 192kHz
Tree Turbo for up to 10 Stereo Extensions, up to 150m in cable length
Power supply: 18VDC…26VDC
How long will the Music Server be supported for?
Does the Audioserver work with all variations of the Miniserver?
Which version of Loxone Config is needed to run the Audioserver?
I recently purchased a Music Server. Can I exchange it?
Can speakers be connected to the Audioserver via UPnP or DNLA?
What power supply should be used for the Audioserver and the Stereo Extension?
Can the Audioserver and the Stereo Extension be installed in a distribution board with the Miniserver and other components?
What can cause connection interruptions when streaming via AirPlay?
You can find more information on AirPlay here.