The Aurender N100H is a solid good sounding device. I owned one and can recommend it. No experience with the Innuuos.
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I owned the Aurender N100h for 3 years then upgraded to the Innuos Zenith mk2 SE. As far as operating and ripping CD's there's no comparison. The Zenith is way easier to use. Everything with the Innuos is automatic, but with the Aurender it's a very long process to rip, file, label and add artwork. Also with Innuos you have the option to use Roon which I do and love....not so with the Aurender.