mCubed hFX Music Server ($3,000) Review on Computer Audiophile

Monday, February 16, 2009

Computer Audiophile has reviewed the mCubed hFX silent fanless music server ($3,000), which is offered as a turnkey PC audio product by Goodwin’s High End. Actually, it’s made by a company called End PC Noise, but Goodwin’s High End customizes it and sends it to the customer.

Reviewer Chris Connaker thought the build quality was on par with other high-end audio components. As for the sound, he ultimately preferred his Zalman TNN300. He concluded:

Many machines advertise extremely quiet or even silent operation, but these terms often fall into the category of marketing speak. ThemCubed hFX Music Server from End PC Noise really is silent and has the makings of a fabulous music server that would fit nicely in an audiophile system.

Check out the full review for all the details.

Chris Connaker February 16, 2009 at 4:08 pm

Hi Mark – Thanks for the mention here on Daily Audiophile once again. I must admit that your site has lead me to more of my own typos than several spell checkers! Fortunately I’m not in print media :~)

Thanks again Mark.