Simaudio MOON 300D Lévis QC
Simaudio MOON 300D
January 13, 2010 By Geoffrey Morrison
M-O-O-N that spells USB
Building on their experience with such products as the award winning i3.3 , Simaudio is now offering the 300D USB DAC.
Digital in, sweet sound out.
Details after the jump.
Hook up your computer via USB (or any digital source via coax or optical) and the 300D upsamples to 24-bits/352.8kHz.
The bane of all digital audio is jitter, which Simaudio claims is "virtually a non-issue" thanks to their proprietary digital clocking.
You can input any digital signal from 16-bit/44.1kHz all the way up to 24-bit/192kHz. This gets fed to a BurrBrown PCM1793 DAC and an 8x oversampling filter.
Inside you'll also find pure copper board tracings and an over-sized power supply with "8 stages of voltage regulation."
The 300D is available now.