CON ENTRADAS DIGITALES
Not even the best
amplifier or loudspeaker can compensate for what has been lost at
the source. That is why the quality of a recording and of the
device used for its playback is so fundamental to high fidelity.
With the soulution 541 SACD-Player
you lose nothing of the original recording. Simply, it reads all the
musical in formation and transfers it into the analogue world.
Purely. Authentically. Perfectly.
In many areas the 541 SACD-Player is based on the same proven
technical solutions used in the 745 SACD player. It also embodies
the same principles in its design: a superb quality drive for
perfect data readout, a super-precise master clock generator to
avoid jitter, intelligent digital signal processing with
oversampling technology, and analogue output stages of top end
As with its Series 7 sibling the 541 SACD-Player is packed with
cutting-edge technology with one objective - the love of music. The
parallels include a consistent dual mono design in the output
stages and separate power supplies for digital electronics, the
drive and the analogue stages. The 541 SACD-Player adds a digital
volume control that allows direct connection to a power amplifier.
And with its USB input the 541 SACD-Player is ready for the
integration of high quality computer audio. A truly versatile
Transport quality is critical in a high-end player. For the 540
we chose the «Esoteric» - transport from Teac
Audio data from the disc is buffered then upsampled to
24Bit/384kHz. We believe precision of interpolation is more
important than high clock rates. Our players use an algorithm from
the highly regarded Anagram Technologies followed by Burr Brown D/A
converters in a digital symmetric configuration. As we consider the
PCM conversion technology as superior, the DSD signals get converted
before its final D/A conversion.
zero phase technology
The 541 SACD-Player is equipped with soulution's innovative Zero-Phase-Technology.
Smallest timing errors provoked by the analog low pass filter of the
D/A converter get eliminated. Every D/A-Converter requires an analog
low pass filter in its output in order to suppress high frequency
noise and aliasing signals. The 541's 3rd order bessel, filter with
a cut-off frequency of 120kHz, does show a phase shift of up to 15°
in the audio band. Due to the Zero-Phase-Technology the phase error
of the analog music signal remains below 1°, 20Hz - 100kHz! The Zero-Phase-Technology
brings you even closer to the beauty of the source material! The
music gets even more realistic and 3-dimensional with a lot of "air"
around instruments and voices. As close to the source as possible!
No detail gets lost.
Burr-Brown devices perform D/A conversion only. Their internal
upsampling and filter stages are not used. The output currents are
converted to voltage and then filtered. With an internal bandwidth
of 40 MHz, this current/voltage conversion stage allows best signal-to-noise
performance and maximum dynamics in the analogue domain.