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Entries for October 2014


 

"...Setup of the e28 was simple and straightforward, as was integration with Dirac Live.....

Honestly, in my travels and in hearing a great number of other very fine and very expensive systems, I have heard nothing that sounds this good. That is largely due to the excellent e28 DAC."

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exaSound Audio Design is proud to receive for a second year in a row the Audio Oasis! Award at the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2014.

 

 

 

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The Three Musketeers See the RMAF 2014

by Lynn Olson 

 

And a surprise. My favorite room at the show, exaSound, did not have high-efficiency speakers, tube amps, a phonograph, or even a linestage. I'll come right out and say it; this was the best digital sound I've ever heard, and at times a dead ringer for first (not second) generation analog mastertape. The system couldn't have been much simpler:

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Stereophile, one of the most prestigious printed magazines for audiophiles has published the 2014 Fall Edition Recommended Components List.  The exaSound e28 DAC is listed as an A+ product:

 

Stereophile 2014 Recommended Components Fall Edition:

e28 DAC: Class A+ Digital Processor

e28 DAC: Class A Surround-Sound Component

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AudioStream.com gave their highest "Greatest Bits" Class A award to the e22 DAC.

 

You can follow this link to read the full review by Steven Plaskin.

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"exaSound offered an interesting demo consisting of a comparison between stereo and multichannel music using five Magnepan 1.7 speakers driven by a Bryston 9B-SST-2 amp. I found the surround versions to simply sound more natural and not at all gimmicky which you might expect from multichannel music"

Michael Lavorgna •  audiostream.com


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New Frontiers: Positive Feedback writes about how ExaSound is shaping the world of DSD:

exaSound Brings Quad DSD to Mac, Support for Linux and Windows Server Enhancements.

by Brian Moura

 

 

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