May 27, 2019 § Leave a comment


“The converter supports PCM signals up to 32 bits and 384 kHz via the USB input, and thus a DXD signal as well as a DSD signal up to DSD256 (11.2 MHz). RCA inputs are also extremely “capacious”, because we can send PCM signal up to 24 bits and 384 kHz, as well as DSD (!) up to DSD128 (DoP) using them. And even the Toslink input supports PCM up to 24 bits and 176.4 kHz and DSD (DoP). In turn, the streamer supports PCM signal up to 24 bits and 192 kHz, and DSD – the USB input is intended for connecting external media and it supports files with the same parameters.

For each signal type, one can choose a digital filter – the ESS Technology DAC chip used in this device, offers up to seven different filters for the PCM signal, the most interesting of which is the “apodizing filter” once introduced into the audio by Meridian. For the DSD signal one can use one of three filters, defining the frequency at which the frequency response begins to roll off. We can also use the MQA module’s digital filter.”

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