Ayon Audio (considered the Bugatti of the audio industry) has released many new products including their:

Orthos II XS 300+300 watt Class A monoblock amplifiers  (price to be adivsed) 
Ayon Audio S-5 Media Player
(NZ$23,995 incl GST),
Spheris Tube Power Supply/Tube Preamp
(NZ$47,995 icl GST) 
Triton III tube integrated stereo amplifier 125+125 watts Class A
(NZ$11,975 incl GST)
Spirit III tube integrated stereo amplifier with 60+60 watts in pure Class A
 (NZ$6,8795 incl GST).

Pictured here is the new Ayon Audio S-5 Media / Network Player that employs a carefully designed tube power supply for the ultimate in performance. The internal preamplifier section is tubed as is the critical Class A analog output stage.

According to the company, "The S-5 offers new dimensions of transparency and holographic. It immediately shows a large soundstage, greater transient speed top-to-bottom, purer resolution of low-level detail and expanded dynamic contrasts, with more bass slam, definition and extension.

Compromise was not built into the S-5 design." This 24-bit/192kHz DAC-enabled unit is a full-featured network music player/DAC/Preamp with a QVGA 3.5" TFT front display. For Internet radio, vTuner in included and the unit easily handles UPnP streaming from PC via 100base-T Ethernet/Wi-Fi. Of course there is also USB support for streaming audio files including FLAC, AIFF, AAC, HE-AAC, LPCM and there is support for NetAPI with Ayon app for iPad, iPhone/iPod and Android. Digital inputs include S/PDIF, I2S , AES/EBU, BNC and TosLink plus two USB Type A inputs. In the analog domain, there are two pairs of analog line input via unbalanced RCA. For analog output is a pair of balanced XLR plus a digital output via S/PDIF.

The high grade aluminum chassis is brushed anodized and anti-vibration-resonant plus non-magnetic for ultimate product performance.