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Обзор:Esoteric D-07X DAC
The D-05X includes a USB terminal for connecting to computers, and the driver and "ESOTERIC HR Audio Player" software can be downloaded from the ESOTERIC website free-of-charge.
The D-05X supports asynchronous transmission and at high sampling rates up to 22.5 MHz DSD and 768 KHz/32-bit studio-master-quality source files.
Finally, the laser in Esoteric transports slides along two rails rather than the single rail found in most commercial players, which results in steadier movement of the beam and thus, again, more accurate retrieval of data.
The X-1, Esoteric’s first CD player, was succeeded by X-01 infollowed by the K-01 (2010) and K-05 (2011).
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D-05X оснащен фирменным цифровым интерфейсом ES-LINK4 для передачи данных, цифро-аналоговым преобразованием, буферной схемой ESOTERIC-HCLD от предусилителя Grandioso C1 и уникальной аналоговой.
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My first https://greenl66.ru/100/kiy-dlya-pula-1-pc-ramin-20062901-weekend.html to an Esoteric product was ten years ago, when the DV-50 universal disc player was launched.
I really wanted to buy one, but held off because of uncertainty in the direction of the market. So, when I was offered the opportunity to evaluate Esoteric’s D-07X DAC ($5000), my answer was a resounding “Yes!” Design Тостер HET-6 /> Used Esoteric D-05 D/A Converters for sale on 400+ second hand hifi sites & shops.
Use Hifi Shark to продолжить чтение pricing and global availability While amplification and loudspeaker technologies have shown steady, incremental improvement, source technologies, especially digital reproduction, continue to advance at a breakneck pace even as the overall cost continues to decline.
Just five years ago, as CD sales retreated to the ash heap of history and SACD and DVD-A languished in the marketplace, lossy MP3s appeared to be the format of a dismal sonic future.
Since then, I and many others have abandoned discs to happily embrace music servers that can stream lossless and high-resolution music files to DACs capable of reproducing music in all the popular bit depths and sample rates.
Today are DACs at price points, ranging from a hundred dollars to the cost-no-object level.
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My first exposure to an Esoteric product was ten years ago, when the DV-50 universal disc player was launched.
I really wanted to buy one, but held off because of uncertainty in the direction of the market.
The converter chips and the analog outputs are completely separated, for excellent channel separation.
The high-quality buffer circuits used in the final output stage are laid out symmetrically, allowing for a fully balanced circuit.
The substantial power supply comprises an extra-large, low-loss, R-core with low leakage of magnetic flux, large capacitors, and a high-speed Shottky diode.
Esoteric claims that this supply ensures stable power to all circuits.
A high-precision, voltage-controlled crystal oscillator is used for the internal clock, to reduce jitter and improve imaging and soundstaging.
The D-07X can be used in its Digital Filter Off mode or with one of its four filter modes engaged: two finite-impulse-response filters and two apodizing filters.
All filters are claimed to eliminate pre-echoes for a more natural sound.
The D-07X measures 17.
Its sculpted front panel has a central, recessed LED display that glows fluorescent blue and shows the selected input and output, the sampling frequency, and the volume level; to the right of this is the headphone jack.
To the immediate right of the display is the Input selector, and on the far right are the Volume - and + buttons.
All of these functions are also accessible with the supplied remote control.
On the left of the panel are pairs of RCA and XLR analog outputs for each channel, plus an input and output for an external synchronizing clock.
On the far right is an IEC jack for the supplied, detachable power cord.
Setup Unlike my Meitner MA-1 DAC, which is completely plug-and-play, the D-07X requires use of its Menu and Input controls to select the desired input and output.
I was ready to roll.
Also, I left the Esoteric in the recommended Digital Filter Off mode.
The D-07X performed flawlessly throughout the listening period.
Sound Tim Crable, of TEAC North America, recommended that Ссылка на продолжение give the D-07X about 300 hours of burn-in before doing any serious listening.
As a result, almost all of my listening was to non-amplified music.
Classical music makes up about 10% of my day-to-day listening, but the D-07X ссылка на подробности demanded that I listen to more of it.
I obliged with long late-night sessions of listening -- to large-scale orchestral works, which sounded just gorgeous.
Instrumental textures and harmonic overtones and undertones were fully fleshed out by the D-07X, and rhythm and tempo were spot on.
While the basic tempo of this version of Symphony No.
In that respect, amplified music had some advantage over acoustic music, as this was far less noticeable.
Recent additions to my collection include hi-rez downloads of the David Lee Roth-era Van Halen sweet!
In the instrumental fade, Eddie Van Halen rips out a riff that Michael Anthony and Alex Van Halen anchor with steady drive -- the D-07X held it all together with no edge or loss of bass impact.
I not only listened to these recordings streamed from my hard drive, but also via a paid Spotify subscription, which is ad-free and streams at a higher quality.
While considerably less dynamic, and with a more compressed soundstage than my library, it was still pleasurable via the D-07X.
Comparing the Esoteric and my Meitner DAC was interesting.
I mentioned earlier that I felt the D-07X sounded cooler than the MA-1.
However, I feel that this is how Esoteric has voiced the D-07X -- I noticed a similar quality with their I-03 integrated amplifier, which I reviewed with a different set of speakers.
It should be noted, though, that this is far from a deal breaker, and was far less noticeable with the D-07X than Больше на странице remember hearing from the />The two DACs exhibited similar levels of transparency and smoothness of treble, though the Meitner had a little more top-end air.
Their low-end performance was also comparable, with supple, tight bass; I could hear no significant differences.
With soundstaging, it was a bit of a draw.
The D-07X excelled at depth, while the MA-1 beat it handily with width.
Warranty: Three years parts and labor.
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