Given its features and price, it would be unfair to consider the Cobblestone as a replacement for your current alpha-prime digital music source. But if you want to inexpensively add Internet radio and NAS playback capabilities to a system or if you require a source for a secondary “lifestyle” system, the Cobblestone would be ideal.
I replaced two Sonos units with Cobblestones during the course of the review. Now that the review is completed I see no reason to put the Sonos back in. The Muzo Cobblestone fills that Sonos niche with panache and leaves money in your pocket. Not too shabby for under $60.
Specs & Pricing
Type: WiFi/Internet renderer
Formats supported: MP3, WMA, ACC (ACC+), Apple Lossless (ALAC), LAC, APE, WAV
Outputs: One analog only
Drive capacity: No internal drives
Streaming services: Spotify, Tidal, Tunein, Dlna, Airplay, iHeart Radio, Douban (coming soon: Amazon Music, Napster, Rhapsody, NPR One)
Dimensions: 5.5" by 0.787"
Weight: 9 oz.