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e28 DAC



"... Details are definite, but not overly drawn, which can lead to your music tending towards an etched, glaring sound. Transparency…that critical ability of an audio component to stay as far out of the way of the audio signal as possible…is really notable with exaSound's e28 DAC."  Read the review

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If anyone ever asks, the exaSound e28 + JRiver + Rotel RMB-1585 + Bowers & Wilkins CM10 + Bowers & Wilkins ASW10CM Subwoofer is a truly magnif...

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Dear exaSound Customer Service, thanks so much for spending all the time and effort getting me set up. I've now got the near perfect e28 setup a...

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exaSound Audio Design is proud to receive two Positive Feedback Online Awards for significant contribution to the audio arts in 2013.  &n...

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The e28 package arrived! Wow, that's fast... I was tired of waiting for my cables but I do have two already so I did some testing last night. Could...

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The setup of the e28 DAC with J River MC19 is simple.The individual channel volume control comes in as a very handy feature,  since PCM files are...

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The e28 is the world’s first high-end, eight-channel DAC capable of DSD playback at a 12.288MHz (DSD256) sampling rate. The e28 extends exaSound’s line of high-end DACs and offers music lovers a new level of performance unobtainable from any DAC currently offered in the marketplace.

The new performance features offered in the e28 will allow audiophiles to experience an unmatched level of audio reproduction. With the eight-channel capability of the e28, listeners can recreate the three-dimensional richness captured in multichannel recordings: the ambience of the original recording venue, or the in-orchestra soundstage experience from the aural vantage point of the performing musicians.

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I have now the e28 for more than a month and day after day I appreciate it more and more. I use it mostly for multichannel playback (from dsd files sourced from my SACD collection). In my system the e28 DAC replaces an Oppo 95 highly modded by Ric Schultz + an analogue mulch-channel preamp from Orpheus (the total value of these devices is around $10,000).The DAC sit on a Synergistic Research Tranquility base and is directly connected to the amps. The result is glorious : huge rock solid soundstage, detailed and absolutely not fatiguing. This Dac makes wonders on human voices .

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