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S.O.t.M. to debut DSD-capable DAC/pre-amplifier at CES 2013

S.O.t.M. = Soul Of the Music.

I won’t be in Las Vegas next week but South Korea’s S.O.t.M. is set to demonstrate a brand new combination DAC and pre-amplifier at this year’s CES. The sDP-1000 DAC/Pre-amp supports up to 32bit/192khz PCM as well as the (supposed) next hot thing: native DSD. It’s a fully balanced design which – more arrestingly – is battery powered (with automatic re-charging).

sDP-1000_21-3-black

Other features include:

  • Automatic battery charger
  • Proprietary S.O.t.M. USB connectivity- USB 2.0 high speed- USB audio class 2.0- Asynchronous isochronous mode operation
  • Balanced and single ended analogue inputs
  • AES/EBU, BNC, Coaxial, Optical digital inputs

The sMS-1000 media server will be used as a source in the active display at The Venetian, Luxury Suite 30-220.

No word yet on pricing.

Further information: S.O.t.M.

Written by John H. Darko

John H. Darko

John is the editor of DAR, from whose ad revenues he derives an income. He is also an occasional contributor to 6moons and AudioStream and currently resides in Berlin, Germany.

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