Every LUMIN Music Player requires a server to store your music collection on. Previously, that meant using a computer or a NAS (Network Attached Storage), but now there is another option.

LUMIN L1 was developed to be the simplest way to store music for LUMIN. It is compatible with UPnP standards and requires zero configuration. Simply plug it in to your computer, drag and drop your music, and then connect it to your network.

New for 2018 is a 5TB version for those rapidly growing music collections

  1. LUMIN L1 - The Music Server for LUMIN

    The perfect UPnP server for your LUMIN

    Minimal setup required

    Automatically serves all added music

    Provides additional browsing flexibility for the LUMIN App

    2TB and 5TB versions available

  2. Universal

    Effortlessly serves everything from DSD128 (5.6MHz) through high-res PCM to mainstream formats WAV, FLAC, Apple Lossless and MP3.

  3. Effortless

    Simply drag and drop your music onto LUMIN L1 like a USB disk drive and then place it on your network to immediately start serving.

  4. Beautiful

    A perfect match for the LUMIN power supplies, unlike many NAS units, this server is designed to look at home in your hi-fi rack.

  5. Feature-packed

    While LUMIN L1 can be invisible during normal use, that doesn't mean it lacks features. Use in conjuction with the LUMIN App to add browsing flexibility.

L1 Specification

  • Internal Storage:

    • 2TB or 5TB 2.5" HDD
  • Supported Audio File Formats:

    • DSD Lossless:

      • DSF (DSD), DIFF (DSD), DoP (DSD)
    • PCM Lossless:

      • FLAC, Apple Lossless (ALAC), WAV, AIFF
    • Compressed (lossy) Audio:

      • MP3, AAC (in M4A container)
  • Connections:

    • 12v DC power input for included PSU
    • USB 3.0 Slave for connection to computer
    • Gigabit Ethernet
  • Power Supply:

    • 100–240V AC auto-ranging
  • Physical:

    • 100mm (W), 204mm (D), 55mm (H), 1kg

Remark: The 5TB HDD version uses NTFS format for the internal HDD. On a Mac computer, additional software may be needed to access NTFS formatted HDD.