Exposure adds DSD streaming to their 2010S2 D/A Converter.

Exposure adds DSD streaming to 2010S2 DAC.

Source: Press Release, Last Accessed: 2016/06/29

Exposure Electronics has announced an upgrade to the 2010S2 DAC, enabling the latter to handle DSD music files. The new upgraded edition, available now, is able to handle single-rate DSD through the USB input, as well as PCM support up to 24-bit/192kHz. There are also three coaxial and two optical inputs, all capable of handling files up to 192kHz. The former are of the BNC variety, giving a better connection than the usual RCA type.
The 2010S2 DAC features multiple stages of voltage regulation for SPDIF input receiver, USB input, clock oscillator, DAC and output stage for accurate output and a “very clean" master clock to SPDIF input receiver and USB input, to ensure low jitter operation, the company says. A discrete filter and output stage (no op-amp ICs) are used and the digital output can be switched "on" or "off" to reduce noise and can be used to offer USB to SPDIF conversion. A headphone output and a remote control are also included.
The device features an all-aluminum casework and Exposure’s trademark sleek, minimalist design an it is available in either titanium or black. Current owners of the existing 2010S2 DAC can upgrade to the new DSD version at a cost and should contact the company or a dealer/distributor for details.

For more information: http://www.exposurehifi.com/

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