Sennheiser has this week added a new addition to their range of digital headphone amplifiers, in the form of the newly launched Sennheiser HDVD 800.
The Sennheiser HDVD 800 has been designed to connect with digital sources and is fitted with a high-quality Burr-Brown digital/analog converter (DAC).
The Burr-Brown in the SSennheiser HDVD 800ennheiser HDVD 800 converts digital audio data into analog signals with a resolution of 24 bits and a sampling rate of up to 192 kHz. Sennheiser explain a little more:
“In addition to the symmetrical inputs, the HDVD 800 also has an asymmetrical input socket; incoming signals are symmetrized before further processing takes place. Digital sources can be connected to the rear of the unit via an XLR (AES/EBU) input, optical and coaxial (S/PDIF) digital inputs or USB.
All digital inputs accept signals up to 24 bit at 192 KHz*. Designed and manufactured in Germany, this high-end, solid-state amplifier harmonize perfectly and deliver an ultimate acoustic performance when paired with any of Sennheiser’s audiophile headphones.”
For more information on the new Sennheiser HDVD 800 jump over to the Sennheiser website for details, and to purchase.
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