Your wish has come true, Burson just announced the "Conductor". It's a Soloist with a Sabre32 DAC. It's got the following inputs and outputs.
1 x USB Connection (Tenor TE8802 USB receiver working in Asynchronous Transfer Mode)
1 x Coaxial RCA (Support up to 24bit @ 192Khz)
1 x Toslink / SPDIF (Support up to 24bit @ 192Khz)
2 x RCA line level input
1 x headphone jacks 6.35mm
1 x RCA Pre Amp output
1 x RCA DAC direct line out
I currenly use computer audio (JPLAY), USB to a JKDAC32, to a Burson HA-160 and a pair of Denon AH-D7000 with Stefan Audio Art Endorphin cables. I'm curious how Burson's impementaion of the Sabre32 chip will compare to the JKDAC's Burr-Brown chip! I very much like the JKDAC32's more musical presentation. I've read (never heard) most Saber32 implementations are more analytical but Burson seems to have a way of taming that stark, clinical presentation.
Any thoughts everyone?
Edited by germay0653 - 9/15/12 at 8:39am