CAMBRIDGE AUDIO: Their top of the range DAC

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Cambridge Audio have just rolled out their new top of the range DAC & it is already available to buy from Richer Sounds.

  • ATF2 upsampling – All stereo sources can be upsampled to 24-bit/384kHz, kept jitter-free by proprietary, second generation ATF Adaptive Time Filtering algorithms co-developed with Anagram Technologies of Switzerland.
  • Digital inputs – Six digital inputs (including coaxial, Toslink optical, BNC coaxial and AES/EBU), plus asynchronous USB and optional Bluetooth wireless ensure that the widest possible range of digital sources are supported, with input source quality of up to 24-bit/192kHz.
  • All-metal chassis – Combines structural rigidity, careful damping and control of acoustic resonance.ritical low level gain stages, these offer far improved stereo separation and imaging – unheard of at this price point.

 

ATF2 audio up-sampling to 24-bit/384kHz
Twin Analog Devices AD1955 24 bit DACs delivering superior sound-staging and stereo imaging
Balanced XLR and unbalanced RCA analogue audio outputs
Audiophile grade toroidal transformer delivering ultra-low low noise and distortion
Selectable digital filters – linear phase, minimum phase, steep
Full metal casework design with thick brushed aluminium front panel and dual layer damped feet, giving enhanced resonance control
Eco-friendly <0.5W standby power consumption
Azur Navigator remote control with Cambridge Audio 851 Series, Stream Magic
Headphone output with high-end, low distortion amplifier
Trigger out, control bus in/out for power syncing plus RS232 controllable

It has a plethora of digital inputs & also has pre amp/headphone amp functionality & costs £999-95. @7.5 kgs build looks to be solid for a DAC

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