Copland DAC 215 – Universal High Resolution DAC, PRE-Amplifier, Headphone Amplifier
Many audiophiles people consider their personal computer or laptop to be their primary audio source based on the ease and excellent sound quality of digital music files performed from a computer. The DA215 analyzes audio data at extremely high resolution while connected to a computer, and playback quality is mainly determined by the data itself.
The ES9018 Reference 32-bit DAC in quad mono, 8 mono to 2 stereo format is at the core of the DA215’s D/A converter, which has numerous S/PDIF inputs, PCM and DSD capabilities.
The statistical properties of the signals are taken advantage of through combining four in-phase and four opposite-phase converters per channel; the signal power of the phases correlate and add-up in constructive addition, whereas the noise power of the phases is de-correlated, improving the signal to noise ratio of the resulting analog waveform.
The generally regarded Coplad CD players inspired the Class A buffering technology. It has incredible sound quality, as well as free movement and acceleration.
The DAC215 does have an asynchronous USB input, four S/PDIF digital inputs, an analog input, two analogue outputs (fixed and variable), a full pre-amplifier with analog volume control, and a front panel headphone output with vacuum tube gain stages.
The Amplifier can be used to play music using headphones. However, you can connect the amplifier’s RCA outputs to use it as a high-end pre-amplifier with volume control.
For pure DAC mode, the volume control and pre-amplifier functions can be bypassed for pure DAC mode. The USB 2.0 PCM 24/32 bit data transmission to 384 kHz on the DA215 USB input implementation includes native DSD64 and high resolution DSD128.
The input is converted to i2s and connected directly to the DAC chip. As soon as he is connected, the computer recognizes the DAC and sends the digital audio data to him, avoid the internal audio circuitry of the source device.
The asynchronous USB-B port links to the USB-A port on the Computer. The Computer is not drained of power. The USB input section’s regulated power supply has its own power transformer winding, and the loud computer line is entirely stopped by the use of digital Isolators.
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