Wednesday, June 9, 2010

On yesterday's post

You see - I am an engineer (slash) scientist. I know who Shannon and Kotielnikov were, I can even prove Nyquist's sampling frequency theorem. I know different ADC and DAC implementations, I know how different D-class amplifiers work. Damn, I just know that shit.

This is why I want to implement in my Hi-Fi an elegant solution. As all of my music collection is (in one way or another) digital and I would like to use D-Class amp (TacT Millenium - equivalent), I see no need to buy a component which would have additional DAC.

So my previous post was on the first element in this line - source. Then I can hook it up to Tact S-2150 X D (no analog inputs here!) in digital domain and output power signal (analog) to B&W 803, ProAc Carbon Pro (or equivalent). If my source has volume control I can even use cheaper T2. Perhaps I could even buy their DAC and build my own amp? Just wish I had more time...

And I know, I know - it's all about jitter.

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