I haven't seen this in head-fi.
Has anyone tried it
Weight: 18.5 Kg, sure it is heavier than my Audio Gd Ref 7.1.
Gleaming review in Stereomojo:
Quoting from Stereomojo review:
"many of us can still hear and be bothered by jitter measuring a few hundred pico seconds.
This being the case, I was thrilled to learn that Dr. Seungmok Yi, the founder of Digital and Analog, made a breakthrough in jitter reduction and would soon release a DAC under the Calyx brand, with jitter so low, it has to be measured in femto seconds, which is one quadrillionth of a second.
To help you get a more real world understanding of these units of measure, let me put it in another way: The difference between a picosecond and a regular second is the difference between one regular second and 31,700 years. If you think that is huge, then consider this; the difference between one femtosecond and a regular second is the difference between one regular second and 31.7 million years.
So what does a DAC with less than a pico second (500 femto seconds) of jitter, sound like?"
Stereomojo compared it with top end DACs including Alpha, Bryston, Weiss DAC202, dCS Debussy (10K DAC), Invicta.
Seems like the reviewer slightly prefer this than the rest.
Unfortunately, no comparison to any DAC that I've listened to.
Surely someone or a few-one in head-fi has the money to buy this
Edited by RedBull - 5/28/12 at 9:24pm