Extremely-high-end Swiss hi-fi producer Goldmund has launched a new SACD player, the EIDOS Reference, costing £175,000. The participant takes its title from Plato’s principle of varieties and is as high-minded as it’s high-priced.
The Eidos Reference can learn all present digital disc codecs (SACD, CD, CD-R, CD-RW) and audio information from DVDs. Alongside the devoted balanced and unbalanced analogue outputs, there’s additionally a USB enter able to supporting PCM audio as much as 384kHz and DoP as much as DSD512.
The EIDOS is the consequence of a long-term mission researching disc mechanisms at Goldmund’s Geneva labs.
A mechanism from D&M was chosen and built-in right into a Goldmund mechanical grounding system. Goldmund says its magnetic damping expertise additional will increase the loader mechanism’s rigidity, thus bettering sound readability.
Goldmund has additionally included all of its applied sciences that relate to vibration management, energy provide regulation, digital conversion and analogue circuitry, in an effort to extract the perfect efficiency attainable.
Every Eidos participant is handmade in Geneva, weighs a considerable 110kg and is available in both a basic aluminium end or a brand new, matt black possibility. Should you’re a discerning music lover with an appropriate hi-fi system (and a robust again), this might be your subsequent supply.
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