dCS Rossini – MQA updates

Disc players,
Digital-to-analog converters,
Music servers and computer audio
dCS Rossini

The revolution has been going on for sometime now; it’s just that it has taken a while for it to have anything really relevant to say. It does now.


dCS Rossini Player

Digital Inputs: 2×AES/EBU, 3×S/PDIF (1×RCA, 1×BNC, 1×Toslink), USB A and USB B, 2×RJ45 (one network loop out). Accepts data streamed from an iPod, iPhone or iPad via Apple AirPlay

Digital input precision: RJ45: FLAC, WAV, AIFF to 24/384, DFF/DSF formats to DSD 128. USB A: PCM to 24/384 or DoP to DSD 64, Asynchronous, USB B: PCM to 24/384 or DoP to DSD 128, Asynchronous, Class 1 or 2 mode. AES/EBU: Singly, PCM to 24/192 or DoP to DSD 64. Used as a Dual AES pair, PCM to 24/384kS/s, DoP or dCS‑encrypted DSD to DSD 128. S/PDIF coaxial: PCM to 24/192 or DoP to DSD 64. S/PDIF Toslink: PCM to 24/96

Supported formats: PCM, DSD (DoP/DFF/DSF), MQA, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, WMA, ALAC, MP3, AAC & OGG

Analogue outputs: 1×RCA pair, 1×XLR pair. 2V or 6V rms for full-scale input, set in the menu

Upsampling Rates: DXD as standard or optional DSD upsampling

Filters: PCM mode: up to 6 filters. DSD mode: 4 filters 

Crosstalk: Better than -115dB0, 20Hz–20kHz

Finish: Silver or Black

Dimensions (W×H×D): 44.4 × 43.5 × 15.1cm

Weight: 15.6kg (17.4kg with CD)

Price: £17,089 (DAC/Streamer), £19,999 (with CD transport)

Rossini Master Clock

Clock Frequencies: 44.1kHz/48kHz

Accuracy: Typically + /- 0.1ppm

Word Clock I / O: 3 independently buffered outputs on 75Ω BNC connectors. Output 1: fixed at 44.1kHz Output 2: fixed at 48kHz Output 3: 44.1kHz, RS232 controllable

Finish: Silver or Black

Dimensions (W×H×D): 44.4 × 43.5 × 6.4cm

Weight: 8.2kg

Price: £5,519

Manufactured by: Data Conversion Systems Ltd

URL: dcsltd.co.uk

UK Distributor: Absolute Sounds

Tel: +44 (0)20 89713909

Url: absolutesounds.com 

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