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exa065 14th December 2011 11:58 PM

e18 DAC - 8 channels at 32bit /384 kHz
 
I am very excited to introduce a new member of the exa family, the e18 DAC. e18 is not a DIY product, but it is a close relative to the exaU2I. It uses a second generation USB to I2S interface and it can handle 8 channels at 384 kHz. Your support for exaU2I made releasing the e18 possible - thank you!

The e18 will help us to further develop our technology and we will make the advancements available to the DIY community.

You can find out more about the e18 DAC here.

Gopher 15th December 2011 12:04 AM

Great news. All I need now is some 8 channel 32 bit 384KHz music to play on it. Any suggestions where I can get it from?

exa065 19th December 2011 04:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gopher (Post 2821005)
Great news. All I need now is some 8 channel 32 bit 384KHz music to play on it. Any suggestions where I can get it from?

Some links:
HIGHRESAUDIO | Home of audiophile music
High Resolution Music DOWNLOAD services .:. FLAC in free TEST BENCH
superior sounding recordings | Computer Audiophile

Nikon1975 19th December 2011 04:39 AM

Congratulations !

Could you post some more info on the analog section of the DAC ? I could not find anything in the features.

Davide

exa065 20th December 2011 12:55 AM

exaSound e18 DAC
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Nikon1975 (Post 2826334)
Congratulations !

Could you post some more info on the analog section of the DAC ? I could not find anything in the features.

Davide

Thank you, Davide!

We believe that less processing is better, so we have minimalistic approach to the analogue stage and the filters. One thing worth mentioning is that there are no decoupling capacitors. The output is full range, virtually down to 0Hz.

zoka959 23rd December 2011 06:47 AM

Exa, I am thrilled with your dac.
Have a question:
Is your dac can be settled as output for stand alone computer with thuneau allocator input in e18
Zoran

exa065 23rd December 2011 12:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zoka959 (Post 2831448)
Exa, I am thrilled with your dac.
Have a question:
Is your dac can be settled as output for stand alone computer with thuneau allocator input in e18
Zoran

Thank you, Zoran. The e18 DAC works with Allocator. Perhaps you've seen this guide - Using Allocator with exaU2I and Foobar 2000
exaU2I is limited to 4 channels at 384 kHz. The e18 DAC can handle 8 channels at all sampling rates.

lduarte1973 23rd December 2011 02:42 PM

do you have same product for 2 channels ?

exa065 24th December 2011 08:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lduarte1973 (Post 2831807)
do you have same product for 2 channels ?

No, we don't.

zoka959 29th December 2011 04:35 AM

Yes I so that,
but I didn`t express my question properly.
I mean with stand alone computer just with allocator duties and signal that came from the another one computer where cmp2 cplay (for example ) is given the signal.
So e18 is maybe going to be some kind of external interface?
From cplay comp to e18 via spdif and than again e18 usb connected to allocator comp
to make the crossover duties?


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