Marantz NA8005 Network player

Marantz NA8005 front NA8005 back

With the Marantz NA8005 network audio player, you can connect to a world of listening opportunity’s including internet radio, SiriusXM™ subscription streaming music channels,iPod® and iPhone®, as well as connect to your DLNA PC or Mac computer. You can also connect an external USB drive or a network attached storage (NAS) device to the convenient front panel USB port, and even use the port to charge your portable device.
The wide source connectivity includes connection to an external digital audio source, such as a CD player, and when connected to your home network via the RJ-45 LAN port, you can stream tracks from your PC or Mac. The NA8005 is also equipped with Apple AirPlay® which lets you stream your favorite tracks through your home network from your iPod touch®, iPhone and iPad®. A wide range of digital audio file formats are supported, including FLAC (up to 192 kHz) and ALAC (up to 96 kHz) lossless audio files, as well as stereo DSD audio files (2.8 MHz and 5.6 MHz).
To get coax connection and LAN port to connect to a PC, you will have to pony up quite a bit more for it, which unless your thinking of using this as your only source, it is a bit on the pricey side. I’d just thought I’d throw it on the table though for scope if nothing else. For more info: http://us.marantz.com/us/products/pages/ProductDetails.aspx?CatId=hificomponents&ProductId=NA8005