|Light Harmonic Launches the $20,000 Da Vinci DAC|
|Home Theater News General News|
|Written by Dick Ward|
|Tuesday, 24 April 2012|
As in, not an issue in any way shape or form. You know, the kind of people that can drop $20,000 on a DAC, which is coincidentally what the Da Vinci costs. That $20k gets you a huge array of technologies that ensure the best possible sound. Take, for example, its power supply with a trio of R-core transformers – one dedicated to digital circuits, one to analog, and one to conversions.
The Da Vinci offers 3-L Buffering for jitter-free music and LSB correction to ensure that audio is 100 percent perfect. The Da Vinci utilizes three clocks, two of which are for different frequencies and one of which is specific to the USB input. The internal components aren't the only impressive thing either – the CNC-milled aluminum chassis dampens external vibration and shields the DAC while providing a unique and interesting look.