Friday, June 22, 2018

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e38 8-channel DAC



Occasionally, one makes an improvement in their audio system that is monumental....The sound field has become immense, and detailed. You can pinpoint individual instruments and their positions in the orchestra. The sound field has also expanded off to the sides beyond the speakers themselves...This is the most “musical” reproduction that I’ve ever heard.

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My LH Labs Pulse Xfi stereo DAC died last year so I started leaning heavily on my OPPO 105 as a stereo Asynchronous USB DAC with my PC as the source. All Stereo had been going through the Pulse. I love multichannel, and had been sending it over HDMI to my AV pre-processor. This worked well because I had Audyssey XT32 dialed in nicely. The Marantz didn’t support all bitrates, ISO, or DSD, so there were workarounds needed. For Stereo and DSD I preferred the OPPO 105 via analog out, but had to use HDMI for multichannel DSD.

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Stereophile, one of the most prestigious printed magazines for audiophiles has published the 2017 Fall Edition Recommended Components List. The exaSound e38 DAC is listed as an A+ product and the PlayPoint is listed as Class A Media Player


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Like the e18 and e28, the e38 was silent in operation and absolutely stable. Unlike with them, I heard a newfound delicacy in the treble, unaccompanied by any added noise or brightness that the ambience...

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This step-by-step guide illustrates how to configure HQPlayer in ASIO mode on Mac OS for use with exaSound DACs.

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Toronto ON - exaSound Audio Design, manufacturer of innovative, exceptional fidelity audio products, will present for the first time the new flagship e32 DAC and the new multichannel e38 DAC at the TAVES Consumer Electronics Show.

 

exaSound’s new e32 stereo flagship DAC and the e38 8-channel DAC are built on the success of its predecessors, the award winning e22 and e28.  With a truly balanced design, a high power, high performance headphone amplifier and ultimate resolution volume control, the new exaSound DACs are designed and manufactured entirely in Canada. Only a handful of companies around the world have released DACs based on the new, enhanced ES9028PRO monolithic DAC chip from ESS Technologies.

 

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