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Astell & Kern AK100II High Resolution Single DAC Audio Player (Silver)

Astell & Kern AK100II High Resolution Single DAC Audio Player (Silver)


A New Standard A new standard for listening to music was proposed while developing the AK100. Astell andamp; Kern recognized that certain aspects of the AK100 needed improvement during research and development for a successor. While considering how to improve the AK100, they realized that there was a difference between measured audio specifications and what they felt sounded good. After much deliberation, their development efforts were focused on making the AK100 2nd Generation feel right to their senses rather than mechanically boosting technical specs. The original AK100 was developed according to audio specification standards, but development of the next-generation AK100 was developed to the New Standard of how the music sounds. Astell andamp; Kern presents A New Standard in Listening to Music with the AK100 2nd Generation. Single DAC and Balanced Out Although the dramatic depth in sound quality delivered by the Balanced Out was proven in their flagship model, Astell andamp; Kern wondered if the same benefit could be gained by implementing the Balanced Out with a Single DAC. The newly designed demo board delivered the ear-pleasing sound quality that is needed. The value of a Balanced Out with a Single DAC is confirmed with every musical note. The AK100 2nd Generation provides a rich, warm sound experience through the re-tuned A-amp designed specifically for the CS4398 Single DAC. Unbalanced vs. Balanced Output The unbalanced method is the most commonly used basic method which consists of andldquo;left and right signals + ground lineandrdquo;. This setup includes a ground line which blocks out external noises from the outside. However, since the ground line cannot block out all of the external noises completely, external noises can be mixed into the signals that are transmitted, which then result in changes to the sound. The longer the signals travel, the more external noises that will be mixed into the sound which is why it is used within a short distance o
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