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Old 28th July 2010, 02:19 AM   #221
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hey, I suppose the remote wont work if amps are mounted on back of speakers

and what are the intended use of the digital input ?
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Old 28th July 2010, 02:25 AM   #222
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Remote works when units are mounted on the back (I found out when I tried to operate the CP-player... The Hypex units also responded )
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Old 28th July 2010, 02:29 AM   #223
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hey, I suppose the remote wont work if amps are mounted on back of speakers

and what are the intended use of the digital input ?
The AS2.100 comes with a socalled controlpanel which can be mounted in the front of the speaker or even elsewhere.

With the digital version you add the possebility for SPDIF audio and audio over USB as well. You can find more information about this in the manual.
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Old 28th July 2010, 02:33 AM   #224
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Goeiemorgen Matthijs :-)

The Nescio (Juoigâ - Ontwerpen) I tried dit not have this panel, still the remote worked. :-)
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Old 28th July 2010, 02:37 AM   #225
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Maybe I should add that I had a white central heating element behind the Nescio's.
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Old 28th July 2010, 03:20 AM   #226
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and what are the intended use of the digital input
The usb lets you control the filter settings and setup of the system, and I feed my speakers directly from a soundcard spdif output.
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Old 28th July 2010, 05:25 AM   #227
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The usb lets you control the filter settings and setup of the system
ahh, yes
and digital verison has 2 USB, with the additional USB audio option

I was thinking of USB audio input
and yeah, I missed that its USB
I suppose intended fore ipod, usb-pin etc

Yeah, I forget that digital input is a USB connection
And "ordinary" CD player should still be connected to analoge input

I guess the word digital confused me, and why I asked
I forgot to read the manual, it clearly says USB audio


btw, another thing
I dont know where I spotted that picture of amp backside, but it appeared that its built with ordinary linear supply, where as the bigger 400watt has switchmode supply, is this correct ?
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I have the AS2.1 digital driving kef's 104.2. (one for each speaker, in bridged mode, right speaker as master with subwoofer feed in analogue out).

There is only one USB link, which can be afaik used for both - control of the AS and also audio transmission, although I never tried it that way.

The separate SPDIF input can be used to drive the unit directly from a cd player, if you use the remote controllable frontpanel as volume control.
There is also a spdif out, linking the master and slave unit.

There is another option using the link cable for multi unit mode, but that is imho a bit flimsy, I prefer the spdif connection.

If I remember correctly - the AS2.1 uses smps.

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Old 28th July 2010, 02:37 PM   #229
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There is only one USB link, which can be afaik used for both - control of the AS and also audio transmission, ....
correct, I had it like that during the development of the Nescio. the slave speaker should be connected through the SPDIF out(master)-in(slave)

there is no need for drivers (at least on my XP system not), just plug it into the PC and it will be setup as windows sound device.
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Later this year we will come with an high end stereo in maximum 6 channels out. Some technical details;

- 2 channel in, and 6 channel out.
- Input analog, digital AES/SPDIF, USB audio input.
- Control by USB and PC software.
- Resolution, 24 bits / max 192 kHz sampling.
- A/D converters AKM, AK5385A. D/A converters AKM, AK4395.
- DSP TI , optional adding a second one to increase processing power.
- Power supply only 2x12V, all regulators low voltage on board, optional use of our HxR audiophile regulators.
- Special clock design with extremely low jitter.
- Use of sample rate converter.
- Special gain section to adjust at several different sensitive. Guaranteed highest SNR level.
- Optimized for low EMI.
- Size only 105x105mm.
- Optional IR remote control.
- Optional graphical display.
- Optional input relays section to use it as a preamp.
- Digital volume control, we will write our own firmware, target is to have performance the same as with an analog volume control. Will definitely sound much better as the PGA volume control chips!

This will be a true high end audiophile solution.

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But how far off, and likely rough +/- 20% pricing?

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