Sunday, August 19, 2012

Light Harmonic Da Vinci DAC















$20,000

I heard it at HighEnd 2012, and the sound was very good.

Specifications

Finish Options

Standard
Black

Upgrade
Silver
Titanium
Rose Gold

Dimensions
18.5" (L) x 18.5"(W) X 7.87" (H)

Weight
61 lbs/28.0 kg

Converter Type
Bit-perfect R2R architecture with patent pending 3-layer buffer.

Analog Outputs
Output Levels: 2.0V rms unbalanced / 4.0V rms balanced.

Balanced Outputs
1 stereo pair on 3-pin male XLR connector.

Unbalanced Outputs
1 stereo pair on RCA Phono connector.

Digital Inputs
1x Asynchronous USB 2.0 interface on standard USB-B connectors. Will accept up to 32 bit PCM at 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192, 352.8, 384K S/s

1x Asynchronous AES/EBU on 3-pin female XLR connectors. Will accept up to 24 bit PCM at 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192K S/s.

1x Asynchronous SPDIF on one RCA Phono connectors. Will accept up to 24 bit PCM at 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192K S/s

Clock Frequencies
3X Clock architecture without PLL. TCXO with -166 dBc/Hz @ 10MHz. 45.1584MHz for 44.1, 88.2, 176.4, 352.8K Mode. 49.152MHz for 48, 96,192,384K Mode. 13M Hz for USB interface.

THD
Better than 0.01%

LSB Auto-Correction
Always enabled

Residual Noise
Better than –108dB @ 20Hz - 20kHz @ -0dBFS

Filters
Digital Filters: None.
User selectable Analog Filter: -3dB @ 100KHz.

Power Supply
Factory set for 115~120 , 220~230 V AC, 49 – 62Hz.

Power Consumption
2 Watts in Standby mode/ 58 Watts operational maximum.

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