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I had an e18 and decided to evaluate the E20 with my Orions to see if there would be much difference. I was honestly expecting little to no difference but holy mother of god.

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I'm using the exaSound e18 DAC as the centre piece of a digital cross-over. The system has a Windows 7 / J. River source with the native “convolution” function used to create sub, bass and mid-high in the digital domain which then sent to the e18 via USB. All the cross-overs have been designed in Acourate and volume control is done within e18. The speakers are Unity Horns with 15” pro-audio mid-/bass bins and a pair of stereo woofers.

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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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I've owned my PSB Stratus gold-i's since 1999. They have gone through various sources and amplifiers, concluding with a Lynx L22 soundcard / NAD C272 power amplifier. The L22 was used in a recording studio. I decided to sell off all my studio gear and start researching a serious Two-Channel upgrade. I've done some mixing and mastering and have always loved good music, whether a great performance, or a great technical presentation. I've also learned (the hard way) how bad mixing or mastering can ruin an otherwise good recording. This time I wanted to step back, and enjoy the benefits of everyone else's work.

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By Matt Ashland, originally published at the J River MediaCenter Interact Forum on Jun 29, 2012.

 

As a result of this thread, I contacted several manufacturers of nice audio hardware.

George Klissarov, the owner of exaSound, was one of the first to reply.  He sent me an e18 demo unit right away.  Then he worked with me on several e18 + JRiver issues, helping improve the experience for both of our users.

The e18 is an audiophile 8 channel DAC.  It competes primarily with other expensive audiophile DACs. More information here: http://www.exasound.com/e18DAC/Overview.aspx

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User Testimonial  - Craig Young

I started out on a quest for an integrated DVR/video and high-end digital-audio solution in the form of a home theatre PC (HTPC).  The audio side required 6 channels to support 5.1 surround sound movies and must be audiophile quality for my music.  It must output the analogue audio as RCA line-level to my hi-fi power-amps.

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exaSound Audio Design is proud to introduce the e18 DAC –  the first 8 channel 384kHz/32bit asynchronous USB device designed for audiophiles interested in playing DXD studio masters files.

The e18 DAC supports stereo and 8-channel modes at sampling rates up to 384kHz/32bit with remarkable bit-perfect low-jitter accuracy. The e18 delivers reference performance for high-end stereo, digital crossovers and cutting-edge audiophile multichannel applications.

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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

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