We built the first Wolf when we could not find a product that would allow us to do everything that we like to do when playing around with digital audio. We have sizable collections of CD, DVD and BluRay Audio, we like to purchase music online, we stream, and we visit random sites to find music or past performances that aren’t available through the traditional mediums or services. There isn’t a hardware company or software firm that gives us a silver-bullet solution to accomplish our goals in digital audio. So rather than settle, or put together a hodge-podge of devices to accomplish our goals, we put in the time and figured out what was needed to make it all work together. From there, Wolf was born, a company founded to deliver a premium audio product to audiophiles, from digital audio newcomers to the experienced techies. From the beginning, we knew that no user is exactly alike, so we needed something that was malleable, able to be used by everyone, from the user who wants his system to be easily set up and just work, to the tuner who likes to set up and design his system to behave exactly how he wants.
When is Wolf coming out with its own software?
There really isn’t a solution out there that will let you move seamlessly through all the we could find was to utilize a full-blown OS, one that would let s