866 Integrated amplifier
Analog or Analog + Digital inputs
3x XLR inputs (No RCA)
USB, Ethernet, AES3, and Toslink
MSRP $12,250 for the analog version
MSRP $14,450 for the analog/digital streaming version
The output of the DAC-IC (AK4490) is an analog signal that must be filtered with a low-pass filter. This analog circuit is typically operated with the same voltage as the DAC-IC - for example 5V. Imagine that the first stage that finds the analog signal has a dynamic range and signal-to-noise ratio limited by this voltage. What a bottleneck.
The Mercury uses our 120V technology instead of the standard technology. And this twice in the newly developed DLP120 module. DLP stands for "Dual Low Pass". These are two separate analog filters in 120V technology. Depending on the type of digital signal, the analog signal passes through the PCM or DSD filter and can freely unfold into a huge dynamic range. This is audibly better.
In our quest for developing a package for the audiophile seeking more than just high-quality audio reproduction, we realized several things. Firstly, we need digital precision but with „analog” charm, free of any „digital glare” yet with rich detail. Secondly, this package needs to provide outstanding value, future proofing, new features and a stunning, timeless design. This is how the „Wavelight DAC” was created, more than just a little brother for the accomplished „Wavedream”.
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