Toronto ON — exaSound Audio Design, manufacturer of innovative, exceptional fidelity audio products, announced today the introduction of new, RoonReady firmware for their PlayPoint network audio player. The PlayPoint is the sixth in a family of audio technology products created by exaSound for the consumer marketplace.
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HiVi, one of most powerful HiFi magazines in Japan, has announced its Winter 2015 Best Buy Awards.
The exaSound e22 Mark II DAC won 1st prize in the DA converter category.
Denver, CO, October 2, 2015: exaSound Audio Design unveiled for the first time the PlayPoint Network Audio Player at RMAF...
Toronto ON — exaSound Audio Design, manufacturer of innovative, exceptional fidelity audio products, announced today the second generation of their model e22 and e28 digital–to–analog converters (DACs). The e22 and e28 Mark II include both firmware and hardware improvements.
“Congratulations to you all! Your room sounded very fine, exceptionally detailed but always musical! …and showed how fine the sound at a high–end audio show can be! I had a great time here listening to one DSD recording after another.”
At the recent AXPONA show in Chicago, the exaSound room received not one, not two, but six best-of-show awards for true high end sound from The Absolute Sound's Andre Jennings, Jonathan Valin and Julie Mullins:
Best Sound (for the money) — A. Jennings
Most Significant Product Introduction — A. Jennings
Most Coveted Product — A. Jennings
Best Sound (cost-no-object) — J. Valin
Best Sound (for the money) — J. Valin
Best Sound (for the money) — J. Mullins
Toronto ON — exaSound Audio Design, manufacturer of innovative, exceptional fidelity audio products, announced today the introduction of the model e12 stereo digital–to–analog converter. The e12 is the fifth in a family of converter products created by exaSound for the consumer marketplace.
Highly acclaimed Yarlung Records has recently transferred twenty of their original tapes to 256fs DSD. The first four - sponsored by exaSound - are now available on https://yarlungrecords.nativedsd.com.
The "exaSound Quartet" includes Sophisticated Lady Jazz Quartet (here is Bill Milkowski’s review in The Absolute Sound), Mahler’s Symphony No. 5 (here is Jim Svejda’s review for Fanfare and KUSC-FM), Suryodaya and the percussion album Smoke & Mirrors: Vanish. All releases are mastered by Steve Hoffman and recorded by Bob Attiyeh. The DSD files, in 256, 128 and 64 fs are direct transfers from the SonoruS Series of analog tapes.