TypeDigital to Analog Converter (DAC)
11.2 MHz, 72 Bits
Compatible Digital Formats
PCM 24 bits up to 384 kHz, DXD, DSD 256
5Hz to 40 kHz (+0 – 3dB)
-128 dBr (linear)
<0.5° at 20 kHz
< 0.02% (at -20dBFS)
2 x S/DIF, 1 AES/EBU, 1 Optical, 1 Audio USB (mode 2), 1 x I2S (Nagra format)
1 stereo on RCA connectors, 1 stereo XLR (Symmetrical Optional)
Compatible with Nagra PSU & Nagra MPS
12 x 13.7 x 3 inches
About our Digital to Analog Converter (DAC)
The job of converting your CD's bits and bytes into music belongs to the *Digital to Analog Converter (DAC)*. In the good old days, this was a relatively straightforward process but today the DAC is the central hub of all of your digital music. Modern high resolution music requires much more advanced circuitry and because the data is no longer found on a disc, the DAC must be able to properly interface with external devices like computers and network streamers to accurately process your music. So rather than being a simple piece of audio equipment, the DAC has a lot of jobs to do well before it even begins sending music to your stereo. We are frequently evaluating new technologoes with a keen eye on spotting real advancements from marketing hyerbole. We are proud of the solutions we offer and believe they represent the best sound available. Not only are these products using proven technology, but are designed and supported by companies that have a long track record of success. Things change, but your partners shouldn't!
Started in 1951 by Stefan Kudelski, Nagra is a world leader in audio reproduction for both the film and music industry. Using its extensive experience and highly trained engineers, Nagra set out to create home audio products that convey the same quality and performance as their commercial recording equiipment. When purchasing Nagra equipment, you receive much more than audio equipment, you get unmatched build and sound quality. Selective audiophiles choose Nagra because of its beauty, performance and the close relationship they enjoy with the manufactuer.