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Updated DSP Module
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Here is a sneak preview of our updated DSP module (Revision-C) used in the up coming Ultimate-Preamplifier Plus, which replaces the B2 revision board currently being shipped in the Ultimate-Preamplifer. Updates include the all new ES9038PRO Sabre DAC which replaces the existing ES9028PRO Sabre DAC along with a redesigned IV stage to handle the increased current requirements and new regulators to take advantage of the lower noise performance offered by this DAC.

[Image: Ultimate_Processor(Rev-C).png]
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(04-14-2018, 02:33 PM)Thanks David - looks like SOTA. Is it possible to upgrade the DSP board in the current units with this upgrade? Cheers Wrote: Here is a sneak preview of our updated DSP module (Revision-C) used in the up coming Ultimate-Preamplifier Plus, which replaces the B2 revision board currently being shipped in the Ultimate-Preamplifer. Updates include the all new ES9038PRO Sabre DAC which replaces the existing ES9028PRO Sabre DAC along with a redesigned IV stage to handle the increased current requirements and new regulators to take advantage of the lower noise performance offered by this DAC.

[Image: Ultimate_Processor(Rev-C).png]
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(04-14-2018, 09:51 PM)MattB Wrote:
(04-14-2018, 02:33 PM)Thanks David - looks like SOTA. Is it possible to upgrade the DSP board in the current units with this upgrade? Cheers Wrote: Here is a sneak preview of our updated DSP module (Revision-C) used in the up coming Ultimate-Preamplifier Plus, which replaces the B2 revision board currently being shipped in the Ultimate-Preamplifer. Updates include the all new ES9038PRO Sabre DAC which replaces the existing ES9028PRO Sabre DAC along with a redesigned IV stage to handle the increased current requirements and new regulators to take advantage of the lower noise performance offered by this DAC.

Hi Matt

Should be upgradable because the new board will be the same dimensions as the old one but will have to test first because the current requirements are higher with the new board.

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david
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