Toronto-based exaSound Audio Design is excited to introduce the new e20 DXD/DSD DAC - a stereo asynchronous USB interface supporting 384kHz/32bit PCM, and 2822.4/5644.8 MHz DSD, priced at $2,499.
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An article from www.stereophile.com By Robert Deutsch • Posted Mar 26, 2012
Another interesting product featured in the Canada Pavilion was the exaSound e18DAC ($1999). It is, as the name implies, a DAC, but it's much more than that. Featuring a maximum 384kHz/32-bit sample rate and bit depth, it can function in stereo and 8-channel modes, and has a formidable list of technical specifications
An article from www.soundstageglobal.com by Hans WetzelHans Wetzel
I think I'm in the majority when I say that if I don't like the way an audio product works, I'm far more likely to bitch about it than to go and try to build something better. And yet George Klissarov has done just that. The resurgence of the DAC as a vehicle for computer-based audio has lead to a proliferation of the little converters, many of which rely on the same few chipsets.
December 12, 2011, Toronto, Canada - exaSound Audio Design (exaSound.com) announces the official release of the e18 DAC - 8 channel 384kHz/32bit asynchronous interface [$1999].