February 9, 2020 § Leave a comment


W”hat the N31 does not feature is MQA support (Reis could not confirm whether MQA was a possible future update) or an SACD drive. More on this choice later. But, what the feature rich N31 does include is a very sophisticated, deep dive design by Reis minimizing jitter and intersample overload. It also includes a CD text recognition display (and full colour album art as part of its Roon Endpoint feature set), a CD slot drive that has been optimized to account for air turbulence and mechanical vibration (the CD drive and its bog standard Red Book playback is one of the glories of this machine), a fully-balanced signal path from the DA converter to XLR output and optically-isolated USB inputs with its own power supply”

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