Accuphase DC-950 PRECISION MDSD DIGITAL PROCESSOR
The DC-950 is the ultimate digital processor using only specially selected materials and advanced digital technology. Glass fluorocarbon resin PCBs and completely separate power transformers for digital and analogue circuitry assure peerless performance that brings out the full musical richness of the digital source signal. A digital processor that redefines the state of the art.
The DC-950 precision digital processor. Digital signal processing is implemented through an ultra-high-speed FPGA in conjunction with innovative MDSD reproduction technology, forming a double-speed high-precision moving-average filter circuit for straight D/A conversion of the DSD signal. Eight digital inputs including USB with support for 11.2896 MHz (1-bit 2-channel DSD) and 384 kHz (32-bit 2-channel PCM), as well as an HS-LINK connector (Version 1 and 2) provide enhanced versatility for the ultimate in performance and sonic purity.
Features & Specifications
- Ground-breaking digital processing: MDSD (Multiple Double Speed DSD) with support for 11.2896 MHz (1-bit 2-channel DSD).
- MDS++ type D/A converter with 8 parallel circuits and support for 384 kHz (32-bit 2-channel PCM).
- Strong power supply with high-efficiency toroidal transformers and array of custom-made filtering capacitors.
- Display can show sampling frequency and number of quantization bits.
- The 7-segment display is larger than earlier displays of this type, for improved readability.
- Filter amplifier printed circuit board made from glass cloth fluorocarbon resin with low dielectric constant and minimum loss.
- Versatile array of inputs including HS-LINK (Version 1 and 2), BALANCED, COAXIAL x 3, OPTICAL x 2, and USB.
- Phase selector for balanced output.
- One COAXIAL and one OPTICAL digital output.
- Advanced High Carbon cast iron insulator feet with superior damping characteristics further enhance sound quality.
- Massive wood cabinet with natural grain, individually finished by master craftsmen.
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