Rega’s new DAC

by admin on December 8, 2010 · 1 comment

in Digital

To some audiophiles, another DAC is certainly no big deal, but to those familiar with REGA, you know that Roy Gandy gets things done at his own pace and only when he is happy with the results. This new DAC uses the Wolfson chipset (similar to what is used in their Apollo and Saturn CD players) and a buffer circuit similar to the one employed in their flagship Isis CD player. As with their other digital products it is substantial, both from a physical standpoint (this little box is very hefty when you pick it up!) and the amount of functionality it offers. The DAC has a pair of RCA SPDIF digital inputs, a pair of optical digital inputs and a USB digital input.

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ivan 12.09.10 at 7:38 pm

They could have at least put balanced out on it….. I’m just being fussy.
It’s a shame it doesn’t do 24/96 on USB because that’s where the likes of wyred for Sound would sell more than Rega.

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