A new Raspberry Pi DAC development board has been created by Passion Audio Maker based in Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Created to provide an electronic digital to analog converter at an affordable price. Using the Giotto Tune DAC you can play files encoded in DSD, enabling you to listen to music clear and cleaner as you’ve never heard before, say its creators. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Giotto Tune DAC.
“We present you Giotto Tune. Named after the painter who stayed true to nature’s purest form. The Giotto Tune audio board offers the best and clear sound quality in its price range. It is capable of playing music files encoded in PCM and DSD formats as “native”. With its Pure Class A preamplifier technology connected to analog volume control on both channels, Giotto rivels “professional” Digital to Analog Audio Converters with a much higher price. Let’s start to listen to music as you’ve never heard before for an affordable price!”
The Giotto Tune DAC Is now available to back via Kickstarter with early bird pledges available from €78 or roughly £69. Offering a pure class a amplifier with True Native DSD format and Analogue volume control, the Raspberry Pi DAC can be used for a wide variety of different applications. For more details and full specifications as well as a complete list of all available page options jump over to the official Giotto Tune DAC crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: DIY Projects, Hardware, Top News