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Burson Audio have built the entire DA-160 with idealistic circuitry designs and top quality discrete components. The focus of Burson Audio's discrete approach is purely on performance.
The power supply network of the DA-160 has been tweaked into a constant current source power supply and two power transformers are utilised to lower the noise. The result is a more matured sound with even richer micro dynamics and substance. The DA-160 has fully discrete output stages that are independently powered. Operating in Class-A, they ensure the highest level of signal preservation. The result is higher resolution audio playback, with a completely transparent sonic signature consistent with our ideals.
Burson Audio have also added two sets of USB inputs to the DA-160 to make sharing the DAC between 2 PCs or wireless player easy. Apart from the standard RCA S/PDIF, an additional Optical Toslink was also added. Furthermore there are two sets of RCA outputs running parallel to make sharing the outputs of the Burson Audio DA-160 between two systems possible (eg, headphone amplifier and integrated amplifier).
Meeting Audiophile Demands.
Matured & Refined Sound
The Burson team have tweaked the power supply network into a constant current source power supply and use two power transformers to lower the noise. The result is a more matured sound with even richer micro dynamics and substance.
Variable Output Buffer
It is critical for a DAC to match well with different down stream equipment such as headphone amplifiers, solid-state and tube amps. In the DA-160 Burson Audio designed a Variable Output Buffer stage to allow better matching with all down stream equipment.
Two sets of USB inputs make sharing the DAC between 2 PCs or wireless player easy. An additional Optical Toslink and two sets of RCA outputs running parallel make sharing the outputs of DA-160 between two systems possible (eg, headphone amplifier and integrated amplifier).
The DA-160 is housed in a 6mm case, constructed from high precision machined aluminium. This enclosure allows the DA-160, to achieve a very high mechanical damping factor, which reduces any microphonic effects, that may degrade the clarity of sonic performance.
Utilising Burson Audio discrete (IC free) low noise regClearnulator technology ensuring only the cleanest power is running through every component of the DA-160.
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