Monday, November 20, 2017

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Posted on ComputerAudiophile.com by vibes I took advantage of the 15% discount (it was available before Black Friday--many thanks to George for tell...

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You know you've made a good audio purchase when you feel like you're rediscovering your music all over again, and that's the case with the e20. This ...

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Hello George & exaSound team, Just a short note that you aren't gonna get the e20 back...  I am not a wizard yet in regards to high rez fi...

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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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December last year, I started digging around the internet for a USB capable DAC, that could satisfy my fastidious ears. Having searched f...

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Dear exaSound Team,   After listening to the e20 for a couple of days I would say it is an unmitigated success! I have been mostly listening ...

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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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