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Crane Song Solaris Quantum D/A Converter

19-inch stand-alone digital to analog converter using the latest Quantum D/A technology

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  • Product Description

    The Crane Song Solaris Quantum D/A is a 19-inch stand-alone digital to analog converter using the latest Quantum D/A technology and uses 32 bit a converter and ASRC for jitter reduction up sampling to 211KHz.


    • Analog Outputs
      • Main Output: Discrete output amplifier with a stepped attenuator and a max output of +24dBu
      • Secondary Output: Balanced, with a fixed level and an output of +18dBu
      • Headphone Output/Amplifier: With stepped attenuator
    • LCD Function Display:
      • Shows input source
      • Sample rate
      • Level metering
    • Digital Inputs:
      • Up to 192k
      • AES
      • SPDIF
      • Optical
      • USB
  • Additional Information

    Condition New
    Chassis 19-in Rackmount
    Rack Spaces 1u
  • Reviews

    Customer Reviews

    This spanks the Dangerous Convert-2. by Jonathan

    I documented my journey over on the Gearslutz site, but briefly:
    After purchasing the Solaris here I had a chance to do a head to head shootout with the Dangerous Convert-2 and the Crane Song Solaris. The Convert-2 had been burned in much longer, but after just four days of continuous burn in with active signal, the Solaris was clearly the next level of clarity, transparency and musicality. In the end, the choice was easy.

    You owe it to yourselves to try one of these. Just be sure to burn it in with signal for at least four days. My test system:
    Amphion Two18 speakers
    Amphion Amp500 amplifier

    The Solaris gets my highest recommendation.

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