The The Zen MKIII is a true HiFi component

with a number of improvements on top of the ones offered by the Zen Mini.

it will surely change your mind on how and why!

For music enthusiasts who want to enjoy their large music libraries with a dedicated server delivering Hi-Fi quality, the ZEN Mk3 represents new value for money in digital audio performance.

Quick Update for MK3 Reference points

& Based on trickle-down technology from the award-winning ZENith SE The new ZEN Mk3 now has:

Dual Linear Power Supply

· Dual Linear Power Supply – With ultra-low noise regulators and Nichicon Capacitors.

· Custom-made motherboard - With improved EMI treatment.

· Asymmetrical isolation feet - Derived from the successful design implementation on the ZENith SE.

ultra-low noise streamer output

Dual-ethernet ports with isolation transformers on Ethernet ports significantly improve sound quality on streamers when compared to a direct router connection.

Reduced vibration

Vibration kills good sound quality so with improved EMI treatment. significant anti-vibration treatment to chassis and electronic components.

In-Memory Playback

With 2GB  dedicated memory, the Zen loads music directly to memory for playback so that it doesn’t need to engage the hard drive during playback, improving sound quality

1TB, 2TB,4TB & Now 8TB models available


Bit-Perfect Ripping

Using AccurateStream technology, extract every last bit of your CDs into WAV or FLAC files.

Automatic CD Ripping

Just pop-in a CD! innuOS will automatically get full album data and cover from multiple online databases, rip your CD and eject when done.

Assisted CD Ripping

Assisted CD Ripping allows you to see and edit all the album data and cover obtained from the online databases before you rip the CD. Great for Classical Music!

Quiet Mode

Love to listen to music whilst ripping your CDs and want absolute silence? Just engage Quiet Mode for slowing down ripping, making it much quieter and with less vibration.

Offline Ripping

CDs can be ripped without internet connection. When connected, album data and cover for all offline ripped CDs will be obtained with a simple click.

InnuOS Operating System  


Import Wizards for Existing Libraries

Pre-defined wizards for importing music from USB storage, Music Servers and NAS.

Intelligent Import Engine

innuOS takes all the hard work of importing music by intelligently analysing the music files and applying a number of rules such as:

Organising the music based on format quality (compressed, cd quality or high-resolution), Artist and Album

Removing very long file names or illegal characters

Adding metadata to WAV files based on folder structure 

Download from Online Stores

Qobuz, Linn Records, HD Tracks, HiResAudio, B&W Society of Sound, iTunes, Amazon and more. Just download the music files (even if they are in a zip or tar file) to the Auto Import shared folder and the server will take care of adding and updating the music library.


Edit or Delete Albums

Browse your library, select the album you want to update and just start editing directly on your tablet or smartphone. You can change the cover, manage genres based on previously used genres or simply delete the album - couldn’t be easier.


Quarantine is a staging area, separate from the Music Library, where any albums requiring attention are placed so they can be fixed before they go into the Music Library. These include:

Albums with no metadata

Ripped albums with damaged tracks

Potentially duplicated albums

Albums ripped offline


Automatic Music Library Update

After music is added, modified or deleted, the library is automatically updated as well as any connected systems such as Sonos or UPnP Streamers.



Automatic Network Identification

No more figuring out IP addresses find your server. Just go to on your tablet or smartphone to list all Innuos devices on the network and access the innuOS App from there.

Remote Updates

Update the system with a touch of a button to benefit from our continuous improvements: new functionalities, enriched customer experience or enhanced sound quality.

Automatic Backup to USB Drive or NAS

Backup of your music library can be set on innuOS to start automatically based on library growth (e.g. every time 50 CDs are added) to either a USB backup drive or to a NAS on the network.

InnuOS Operating System Design



Rediscover Your Music and Discover New One

Play all your music as well as Internet Radio and streaming services with the best sound quality by connecting directly to a DAC or Digital Amplifier via asynchronous USB.

Spotify, Tidal and Qobuz require premium subscriptions

Supports All Major Music Formats

The innuOS Music Player plays FLAC, DSD, MQA, WAV, Apple Lossless, AIFF, M4A and MP3 supporting bitrates up to 32bit/384KHz and DSD256, when connecting to compatible DACs

Roon Player is also now available.

The innuOS Music Player can optionally become a Roon player so you can use the amazing Roon interface to explore your music like never before.



Perfect Integration with Sonos

innuOS can automatically connect its music library to a Sonos system at the touch of a button as well as automatically rescan the Sonos Music Library when any album is added, modified or deleted from the Music Library.

Fast and Reliable UPnP Server

innuOS also contains a UPnP Server configured out-of-the-box to work flawlessly with a number of UPnP-based systems:

Wireless multi-room: such as Denon HEOS, Bang & Olufsen and BOSE amongst others

Music streamers such as Naim, Linn , Moon, Auralic and many others


Roon Server

innuOS will also optionally integrate Roon Core* so you can use innuOS with other Roon-Ready streamers for a complete multi-room system.

* A Roon license, purchased separately, is required

Home Automation

innuOS can be integrated with the most popular home automation control systems such as RTI, Control4, KNX, AMX, Elan, Crestron and iRidium.

Innuos retail pricing inc GST Australia subject to currency movements.








The NEW Phoenix Range

Pricing and Availability

Some Great feedbacknew owners        ZEN MK3

July 2020 

Hi Cameron,

Just a brief update so far. Going very well now. Tried with a CD copy done on Zen and then off my SSD and no discernible difference- so happy with that. Last night switched the JC1s on to full class A mode (25WCH ) and whilst not initially noticing a massive difference, I was particularly happy with the more vinyl sound- ie not severe swings in dynamic range, no CD Tope end harshness (—and pleasantly no lost detail - while being very good on hissy sibilants) and not the usual two dimensional feel common to digital play back. 

I was very, VERY happy it juts expanded things i already liked and mated very well with our home system- as so often one new component as different tonal characteristics and whilst well reviewed, is a total mismatch,,,,i have now switched amps back to A/B - 12WCH/400WCH per amp and still awesome on a varied mix of genres. All in all ticking the right boxes. It passes the TWF as she like the lifelike rendition to! PS, good suggestion on using iPeng ( also got Orange Squeeze for the other devices as well) The sound seems more open and less stifled somehow compared to ,,,,,, might be just wishful thinking in my part, but i think that is sounds a bit better! . A