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560 D/A converter
In many areas the 560 D/A-Converter is based on the same proven technical solutions used in the 745 SACD-Player. It also embodies the same principles in its design: top grade digital interfaces for optimal reception of the music data, a super-precise master clock generator to avoid jitter, intelligent digital signal processing with oversampling technology, and analogue output stages of top end preamplifier quality.
As with its Series 7 sibling the 560 D/A-Converter is packed with cutting-edge technology with one objective – the love of music. The parallels include a consistent dual mono design in the output stages and separate power supplies for digital electronics and the analogue stages. The 560 D/A-Converter adds a digital volume control that allows direct connection to a power amplifier.
Audio data is buffered then upsampled to 24Bit/384kHz. We believe precision of interpolation is more important than high clock rates. Our players and D/A converters use an algorithm from the highly regarded Anagram Technologies followed by Burr Brown D/A converters in a digital symmetric configuration. As we consider the PCM conversion technology as superior, the DSD signals get converted before its final D/A conversion.
The 560 D/A-Converter is equipped with soulution’s innovative Zero-Phase-Technology. Smallest timing errors provoked by the analog low pass filter of the D/A converter get eliminated. Every D/A converter requires an analog low pass filter in its output in order to suppress high frequency noise and aliasing signals. The 560’s 3rd order bessel filter, with a cut-off frequency of 120kHz, does show a phase shift of up to 15° in the audio band. Due to the Zero-Phase-Technology the phase error of the analog music signal remains below 1°, 20Hz – 100kHz! The Zero-Phase-Technology brings you even closer to the beauty of the source material! The music gets even more realistic and 3-dimensional with a lot of “air” around instruments and voices. As close to the source as possible! No detail gets lost.
Burr-Brown devices perform D/A conversion only. Their internal upsampling and filter stages are not used. The output currents are converted to voltage and then filtered. With an internal bandwidth of 40 MHz, this current/voltage conversion stage allows best signal-to-noise performance and maximum dynamics in the analogue domain.
The wideband output stage of the 560 D/A-Converter has a bandwidth of 20MHz (-3dB). With such speed of response all musical details are reproduced true to life creating a three-dimensional, spatial sound to bring real listening pleasure.
The 560 D/A-Converter is operated from front-panel buttons and a rotary control. Further functions can be used to optimise and match an entire audio system around different components.
|Mains||100 – 120 V (50 – 60 Hz)
220 – 240 V (50 – 60 Hz)
|Power consumption||< 0.5 W standby
100 W device in operation
|Analog outputs||1 × balanced (XLR)
1 × unbalanced (RCA)
|Frequency response||0 – 200 kHz (DXD)|
|THD + N||< 0.002% (20 Hz – 20 kHz)|
|Signal-to-noise ratio||> 140 dB|
|Channel separation||> 130 dB|
|Output impedance||10 Ω balanced (XLR)
10 Ω unbalanced (RCA)
|Output voltage||4 VRMS balanced (XLR)
2 VRMS unbalanced (RCA)
|Output current max||0.2 A (limited by protection circuit)|
|Volume control range||0 to – 79 dB in 1 dB steps|
|Digital inputs||AES/EBU, SPDIF-RCA, Optical, USB, Network|
|Digital outputs||AES/EBU, SPDIF-RCA, Optical|
|Digital formats||WAV, AIFF, FLAC, ALAC, DSF, DFF, DXD, MP3, AAC|
|Bit depth/sampling rage max||AES/EBU: 24 bit/192 kHz
SPDIF: 24 bit/192 kHz
Optical: 24 bit/96 kHz
USB: 24 bit/384 kHz, 1 bit/5.64 MHz
Network: 24 bit/384 kHz, 1 bit/5.64 MHz
|Dimensions||442 × 143 × 448 mm
(W × H × D)
|Weight||approx. 20 kg|
|LINK (remote turn-on)||12 V control signal|
|USB driver||v1.22c for Win7
v1.611 for Win7
v2.26 for Win10
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