Clean Sound

When converting digital audio data to an analogue signal we want to have lowest interference so we end up with the music and nothing but the music.

For this reason we use quiet discrete circuits and novel multibit D/A converters that maintain low interference levels. In order to maintain low interference levels in the analogue signal path, we use minimum signal attenuation in combination with variable gain on our monoblocks. Maximising signal amplitude and minimising gain results in highest SN ratio and lowest interference.