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As technology advances, digital media has found its way into more places in the home. Products that provide audio and video must adapt to the growing needs and wants of consumers. In many environments where one might install a TV...
ATASCADERO, CA—Dec 21, 2015— Wyred 4 Sound is pleased to announce two new products to crown a productive year for the high-end audio company. Based on the succe...
With their new, fully-digital integrated amplifier, the TDAI-2170, Lyngdorf Audio squarely targets the "iPod Generation" by taking the familiarity and ease of use oft associated with the ubiquitous portable player and combining it with true audiophile sound; all beautifully executed in a clean, sleek package.
NAD launched its first direct digital amplifier, the M2, almost three years ago. As we have come to expect in audio and technology generally, however, it is never long before the state of the art trickles down to more modestly-priced products.
Most audio component manufacturers have a DAC in their product lineup, and NAD is no exception. However, the NAD M51 is unusual in that it takes the incoming digital PCM bitstream and converts it directly to a PWM bitstream, which is then fed directly to the output. The idea has been around for about a decade, but the technology for implementing it was not fast enough in those early days. Now, with modern technology and techniques, NAD has produced what they call a "Direct Digital DAC", where the digital signal does not go through digital to analog conversion in the normal sense, but converted to PWM at 844 kHz sampling, with 35 bit word length. As you will see with the bench tests, the results are quite amazing, and the price is very affordable.