NAD D 1050 Details
- Asynchronous 24/192 USB input
- Two optical and two coaxial SPDIF inputs
- Balanced XLR and single-ended outputs
- Discrete high performance headphone amplifier
- Remote power supply
—Michael Lavorgna, AudioStream.com
The digital processing of the D 1050 features Delta/Sigma architecture with active oversampling filters. This technique effectively reduces out of band noise while maintaining linear phase response and virtual elimination of filter ringing in the pass band. This assures detailed and extended high frequency response while taking full advantage of the extended response of recordings sampled at 88.2kHz and above.
NAD packs a lot of premium high spec parts inside the D 1050. But premium parts need optimal implementation to get the actual performance they promise. This is where NAD expertise with both digital and analog circuits shows its true value. Ultra short impedance-controlled signal paths are made possible by multi-layer circuit boards and micro-miniaturized surface mount components soldered with lead-free high silver content solder. These details all contribute to the remarkable performance of this advanced DAC.
Analog outputs are fixed and include both balanced and single-ended connections. We also include a premium quality headphone amplifier output that includes a high quality volume control. Output impedance is extremely low, minimizing the effect of connecting cables and keeping noise vanishingly low.
|Name||NAD D 1050|
|Sub Title||Digital-to-Analog Converter with 24/192 USB Input|
|Manufacturer Part#||D 1050|
|Special price displayed in cart only||N/A|
|Shipping Offer||AUTHORIZED DEALER - FULL WARRANTY - FREE SHIPPING|
Supports bit rate/sample rate up to 24/192
Unit Dimension (W x H x D in inches) - 2 5/16 x 7 3/8 x 8 1/4
Net Weight: 2.2 lbs
Shipping Weight: 4.6 lbs