Friday, August 7, 2020

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  We've been asked to provide configuration instructions for using the e18/e28 DACs in active crossover  scenarios with Foobar and Allocato...

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"... From the very first moment the Canadian DAC offered outstanding sound purity and smoothness expressed on a vast dynamic range. The e28 sound can be described as a combination of the best DAC features I've experienced with Antelope Audio and April Music Eximus. The transparency, speed, and holographic space of Antelope Zodiac were blended with incredible musicality and brilliance of color of Eximus DP1. Listening to the e28 doesn't cause any fatigue at all. These impressions were intensified after the transfer of DAC to my main system."  Read the review

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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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Echolocating bats have among the finest ears in all animals. They are capable to resolve ultrasonic signals far beyond 100 kHz. We investigate the bio-acoustics of the bat ear and explore neuronal mechanisms of ultrasonic perception. Critical for our research is high quality ultrasonic sound stimulation with lowest possible distortion

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Initial impression: I've just received the exaSound e20 MkII DAC and I've been extensively comparing it against the Benchmark DAC2. The Benchmark is a very fine DAC with solid build quality, but to my ears exaSound performs better in almost every way.

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For Immediate Release

exaSound Audio Design announces the immediate availability of the e20 Mk III - the first high-end DAC capable of achieving DSD playback at sampling rate of 12.288 MHz (DSD 256+).  This is another world's first for exaSound. The e20 Mk III predecessor, the e20 Mk II was the only consumer-oriented DAC capable of achieving DSD 256 at 11.2896 MHz. The e20 Mk III goes to the next level by introducing three new DSD modes that cover the 48 kHz family of sampling rates: 3.072 MHz (DSD 64+), 6.144 MHz (DSD 128+), and 12.288 MHz (DSD 256+).


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I"...The results are nothing less than spectacular! In Double DSD, these recordings brings you right into the presence of master tapes...""...the e20 provides a silky elegance of sound that is impossible to gainsay. In this attractive, compact package is an enormous sonic performance whose ability to delight me, day in and day out for several months now, has been bloody impressive."  Read the review

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