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Manufacture

Product

DS-10

Origin

Florence, Italy

Specifications

Dimensions (W x H x D)

220mm x 80mm x 260mm

Weight

4 Kg

D/A Converter

AKM AK4493 PCM up to 32bit/768kHz & DSD512 native and DoP

Streamer Network Player

PCM and DSD

Frequency Response

20Hz-20kHz +/-0.1dB

Total Harmonic Distortion

0.001% max

Signal to Noise ratio

-125dB

Dynamic range

120dB

Output Impedance

50Ω

Preamp Stage Volume Control

Enabled by Remote

Main Power Supply

100V to 240V, 50/60Hz

Digital Inputs

1x Ethernet LAN, Wi-Fi DSD64, 1x RCA S/PDIF, 2x TOS-optical, 1x COAX, 1x AES/EBU Balanced, 2x USB-B up to DSD512, USB-A Port

Audio Outputs

Line output level (fixed): stereo RCA @ 1Volt and balanced XLR @ 4Volt

Connectivity

LAN/WLAN (WiFi): 802.11b/g via RJ45 10/100Mbps socket, Bluetooth 5.0

Supported Audio Formats

AIFF, ALAC, WAV packed/unpacked, FLAC, MP3, DSF, DFF, Apple Lossless, OGG, Monkey’s

Supported Media Servers

UPnP / DLNA / Roons

Finishes

Brushed Aluminium | Black, Silver or Gold

About our Network Streamer

In the good old days, audiophiles used CD's to play digital music. Now, many are ditching the disc in favor of streaming music from a local computer or directly from the internet. In order to do this, you will need to add a music streamer to your system. Network streamers are available with a few options, but all perform the same basic purpose: fetch a music file (e.g. song) from a music server or internet and hand it off to your Digital/Analog Converter (DAC) where it is converted into "music". In essence, a network streamer is a small specialized computer itself! The difficulty with network streamers is that on paper they all seem to offer very similar functionality. But when using various streamers, your music will sound very different from one another. This seems strange as the device doesn't generate music itself, it is just transfering a computer file from one point to another. There are many technical reasons for this but it can be safely said that there is a reason one streamer is $500 and one is $15,000. Which one is right for you? It depends on your expectations. We have evaluated many streaming devices and offer one in all price points. To understand the why a streamer can make such a huge difference in listening enjoyment, please contact us and allow us to share what we have learned.

After years of building some of the finest audio equipment for other companies, Gold Note has set out to make a name for themselves. Using the years of experience designing and building products for other audio companies, Gold Note has assembled a suite of products that not only built well, but perform at a high level at very affordable prices.

Contact Us

Our Location

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Phone Number

612-808-0709