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DAC 100 SE

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DAC 100 is D to A converter. It is a non – oversampling, no upsampling design with multi – bit dac chips. The carefully designed power supply is with shunt regulators. I / V conversion is done by a specially designed, built in house, transformer. Τhe analog stage uses single-ended class A transformer coupled triodes with valve rectification and choke regulation .

The valves are the high mu, high transconductance, low noise SIEMENS NOS tubes.

There are two available inputs:
– SPDIF coaxial 75 Ω with next gen connector.
This input can be used with CDT – 100 or other high quality transports.
– One Neutric 5 – pin analog current input for use with CDT100.
When this input is used with CDT-100 the digital part of the dac is disabled and is powered off. Only the analog section is used. With CDT-100 we strongly recommend the use of this input for optimum performance.

By using this 5-pin connector the signal is transferred to the analogue section of the DAC-100 at an absolute optimum sonic capacity avoiding possible limitations of digital interfacing.

All transformers are designed and built in house using the best available materials and are wound with sophisticated techniques for a totally transparent sound.

The transformers are of enormous size in order to achieve the absolute performance they seek.

The DAC-100 D/A converter is also 24bit/192Khz capable used in high resolution digital sources.

30,000.00  VAT included

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Digital inputs: SPDIF(75 ohm) RCA
Analogue current input: YPSILON 5 Pin Connector
Analog outputs:
– RCA unbalanced
– XLR unbalanced(pin1,3grounded)
Resolution: 24 bit(multi bit converter) 192khz, maximum sampling rate
Nominal output: 2,8V rms
Power consumption: Typically 40 W

Additional information

Dimensions400 × 400 × 180 mm
Lenght of cable

Ypsilon Electronics

Ypsilon Electronics

Ypsilon Electronics is a Greek company that was founded in 1995 by Demetris Baklavas and Fanis Lagadinos, two passionate sound engineers with experience in electronic engineering and a career in setting up audio systems for live concerts. Working with live music, live concerts and especially a technical background in electronics led the two gentlemen to the idea of developing audio components that can reproduce music in a way faithful to the original recording.