New Wadax Atlantis Reference Dac

bonzo75

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Feb 26, 2014
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#2
You really need to post a high price to get attention from the analog devices
 

bonzo75

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#4
Just a joke. What's the price?
 

spiritofmusic

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Are those dual half-width psus R & L?
To make it a double-width chassis overall? Almost as big as an AF0 LOL!
 

spiritofmusic

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Gosh that setup is audio jewellery - wow. I do find the look of that dac incredible.
My first thought? I hope those bright blue lights can be dimmed. I had a Hovland HP200 pre in 2005 that I had to mask a similar light on the fascia.
 

Steve Williams

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#12
Just a joke. What's the price?

$69K USD

The last part of the chain is the Atlantis DAC ($69,000). This has proprietary connection for native conversion without transcoding of both DSD and PCM. Clocking is provided by custom hardware with adaptive synchronization. The power supply sits in its own chassis and adapts to demand for minimal noise.
 
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Steve Williams

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#14
That is the Atlantis DAC price and text description....
The Atlantis Reference DAC will be higher....
i didn't see that

Thanks for the clarification
 

Al M.

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Steve Williams

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#18
Says it is $130k on the hiendy forum.
I just saw that. So it’s twice the cost of the Atlantis and is higher than the MSB Select

Where are Ked and Marc now
 

spiritofmusic

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Just sharpening my knives, Steve.
 

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