The DAC The ESS SABRE32 Reference DAC chip. 32-bit Hyper-stream DAC architecture and Time Domain Jitter Remover technologyvthe SABRE32 is among the best and most costly DAC chips in the world and is really reference course. Features the well related to Soloist Headset Amplifier. Burson needed to deploy another 35W customised transformer to guarantee that the Soloist circuitry is independent and optimised at all times. Burson didn't just solder a piece of wire from the headset output jack to create a raw preamp. The preamp output has been extracted from the voltage gain phase before the existing gain section, to create a preamp that reflects the full potential of the FET output phase, and the less is more viewpoint. 24bit/192khz Tenor TE8802 USB receiver working in Asynchronous Transfer Mode. Accepts coaxial and Toslink inputs supporting 32bit/192khz audio files. Accepts analogue input through RCA and outputs in 6.35 mm headset jack, line-level output (DAC) and variable output (preamp). Features a new Variable Output Phase (VOS), making it possible for the Conductor to match well with any type of headset. Low Noise Power Supply An athlete needs clean air to perform at an optimal standard - audio devices needs clean power to reproduce transparent and natural music. The brand-new Conductor has taken the already fanatical IC totally free power supply of their first generation HA-160 to the next level. The outcome is even cleaner even more energetic music reproduction. Resonance Free Aluminum Enclosure The Conductor is housed in a 6mm case, constructed from high precision machined aluminum. This enclosure allows the Conductor, to achieve a very high mechanical damping aspect, which reduces any microphonic impacts, that might deteriorate the clarity of sonic efficiency. The enclosure was likewise constructed to serve as a huge heat-sink, which allows the Class-A headamp to run cooler, and continue to be optimized at all times.
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