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exaSound e22 DAC

exaSound e22 DAC

“Intro   From the land of ice hockey, frozen wine, and decent beer, comes:     Two DACs manufactured by a small company in Canada called exaSound, run by a smart guy named George Klissarov. Both support PCM up to 32/384 and DSD up to DSD256 over USB. The e20 mkIII will run you $2499 and the e22 will run you $3499. exaSound also sells an 8-channel DAC called the e28, for...” --Stereolab42

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exaSound e20

exaSound e20

“I reviewed this DAC as part of a combined exaSound e22/e20 review. Instead of just duplicating that review here, I will provide a link to it:   http://www.head-fi.org/products/exasound-e22-dac/reviews/11541   Hopefully this isn't breaking any rules. ” --Stereolab42

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exaSound e28 DAC

exaSound e28 DAC

The e28 DAC brings together DSD256 and the thrill of a multi-channel sound stage perfected for music experience. No other device on the market can play with such simplicity anything that you can throw at it - multi-channel and stereo at any sampling rates - from 44.1 to 384 kHz PCM and 2.8 to 12.2 MHz DSD. The e28 can handle all of it in the same playlist - without changing a single...

exaSound e18 DAC

exaSound e18 DAC

The e18 DAC brings the highest quality of multichannel music reproduction to computer audiophiles. It delivers transparent, high-definition sound that far exceeds the sonic capabilities of high-end disc payers and receivers. e18 is a state of the art 8 channel computer sound interface capable of playing DXD studio-master files. e18 is the missing link - the only device needed between...

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