Audio Processing

What is a DAC ?

 

A DAC, Digital Audio Converter, is a music processor the engine a DSP microprocessor that anaylzes the music and outputs the digital music, mp3 and more, to clean and clear analog audio. By sampling the music in real-time the DSP sample and processes the music thousand of times faster than the highest frequency. For professional audio 20 khz up to 100 khz is clearly anayzed and output as a binary stream from USB computer to an AES, or coaxial, binary digial input amplifier. This results in great dynamic range and clearity like no other audio output before. See terminology below for types and grades of processing service.

 

 

Terminology

 

PCM

 

 

DSD

 

Direct-Stream Digital (DSD) is the trademark name used by Sony and Philips for their system of digitally recreating audible signals for the Super Audio CD

 

DSD, 2.8 Mhz or DSD  x1

 

DSD, 5.6 Mhz or DSD x2

 

DSD, 11.2 Mhz or DSD x4

OPPO DSD 4x Handheld Music Player

        Sony PCM-M10 Recorder

Gibson Les Pauls

 

Gibson SG