DENPO ULTIMATE DAC
Digital to Analogue Converter

Net price: 8 465 €*** (+ 27% VAT)

Gross price: 10 751 €*

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- Monoblock aluminium case
- 5 circle full analogue power supply
- Digital volume control (0-100, bypass mode)
- Heated masterclock OCXO
- Touchscreen (volume control, input selector,clock temperature,  standby mode)
- USB/SPDIF internal converter panel with own power supply
(Input: USB 2.0 - type B
 Outputs:   S/PDIF-RCA
 AES/EBU-XLR
internal output to the DAC panel)
- High quality Siltech G7 Ag-Au internal cabling
- 24bit/192kHz DAC panel with 2pcs PCM1792 DAC chip in dual mono mode
- USB/SPDIF panels are connected to the DAC panel with internal cables, but there is an option to connect with external cables too
- Analogue outputs:
1 pair RCA
1 pair XLR
Bluetooth module for remote control with mobilephone (volume control, input selector, mute, standby)

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

  • The DAC is utilizing one of the best DAC chips on the market, the Texas Instruments PCM1792 in SRC dual mono configuration.

  • DAC chips are running in dual mono mode and can achieve 132dB dynamic range at 0.0004% distortion.

  • The input is equipped with a low jitter SPDIF receiver that can achieve a dynamic range of 144dB.

  • The resolution is maximum 192kHz/24bit what we believe to be the best currently available solution true to the music.

  • All stages in the digital domain have their own separate low noise power supply and the analogue section is powered by an external power supply to provide the best power possible.

  • The clock generator has an extreme low jitter oscillator to provide musicality and better resolution. 

  • Parts of the analogue section are the best available in the industry with high standards, low tolerance values even at different temperatures.

  • The PCB was designed by the highest standards, shortest possible routes for the signal and power with sufficiently thick wires.

  • In addition, operating temperature also played an important role in the design and layout of the surfaces and conductors.