Audio Alchemy V1.0(DDE V1.0)
¥ 79,800 (released in December 1991)
The first D/A converter announced by Audio Alchemy, a digital technology group in California.
DDE stands for Digital Decoding Engine.
The D/A converter uses a bit stream method condensed to a minimum value to suppress noise generation.
Compatible with 32 khz, 44.1 khz and 48 khz frequencies.
Equipped with absolute phase switching.
The power supply section has a separate structure.
In addition, there was an enhanced power supply for upgrading sold separately.
|D/A conversion method||Bit stream|
|Frequency characteristic||20 Hz to 20 kHz ± 0.2 dB|
|Harmonic distortion + noise||-90dB|
|Signal-to-noise ratio||93 dB or more|
|Digital input||Light : 1 system
Coaxial : 1 system
|Digital output||Coaxial : 1 system|
|Analog output||Coaxial : 1 system (2.75 V)|
|External dimensions||Width 215x Height 45x Depth 136 mm|
|Sold Separately||Upgraded power supply (¥ 15,000)|