Tokyo, Japan • ADL –Alpha Design Labs – will be introducing new products at CES 2016, including the high performance STRATOS: more than just a DAC, a preamplifier, a phono stage and a headphone amplifier in one small, portable box. With the STRATOS you get DSD (2.8M, 5.6M and 11.2M), USB (supports PCM 24~32bit/384kHz Max.) and ADC (24bit/192 kHz Max.), so you’ll be able manage the largest music collections on your hard drive with ease and flexibility—and outstanding sound quality.
Taking the Swiss Army Knife of audio components to the next level
– High-performance MM/MC Phono stage
– DAC and ADC Digital Preamplifier (with Remote Control)
– XMOS U8 (supports PCM 24bit~32bit/384kHz Max.) High Speed 480Mbps USB Chip
– ES9018K2M SABRE32 Reference Stereo (DSD /2.8M, 5.6M, 11.2M supports) 32bit 384kHz DAC Chip
– CS5340 High-performance ADC Chip for high resolution recordings from Analog Sources to PC or MAC
hard drive (24bit 192kHz Max.)
– Three Powerful Headphone Amplifiers TPA6120A2 (12~600 ohm)
(Including one balanced output pair and unbalanced output)
– S/PDIF Input and Output (24bit 192kHz Max.)
– Controller supports ASIO and Asynchronous mode The ADL STRATOS is more than just a DAC, a preamplifier, a phono stage and a headphone amplifier in one small, portable box. With the STRATOS you get DSD (2.8M, 5.6M and 11.2M), USB (supports PCM 24~32bit/384kHz Max.) and ADC (24bit/192 kHz Max.), so you’ll be able manage the largest music collections on your hard drive with ease and flexibility—and outstanding sound quality.
If you need to convert your LPs or other analog sources to digital, the STRATOS offers a wide variety of options to help you obtain the best sonic results. With its low-latency USB 2.0 audio driver that plays at 384 kHz and records at 192 kHz and its built-in high-performance MM/MC phono stage, you can easily record your favorite albums to hard disk via USB. Best of all, you’ll enjoy Furutech’s signature sound—detailed, clear yet smooth—when you use the ADL STRATOS as the heart and soul of nearly any desktop system.
Alpha Design Labs 24bit/192KHz GT40α USB DAC with Phono Stage!
The GT40α Harmonizes Computer Files and Analog Inputs
The GT40α built for enthusiasts with growing music collections on their computer hard drives. It’s a high performance 24bits/192kHz USB DAC that’s amazingly affordable. Looking to convert your LPs or other analog sources to digital? The GT40α will take you to the podium with every album you archive.
The seriously-shielded audiophile-grade GT40α features a low-latency USB 2.0 audio driver that plays and records at 24bits/192kHz. A likely first for this category, the GT40α includes a built-in low-noise MM / MC phono preamp! Record your favorite vinyl to hard disk via the USB output.
The ADL GT40α features L/R analog outputs, and switchable line or phono inputs with a vivid, captivating sound that is simply unheard of in this category.
The ADL GT40α (wired with ADL’s Formula 2 cable of course!) brings Furutech’s signature sound — smooth, detailed clarity — to desktop systems, especially with high resolution 24bits/192kHz files, but even 16-bit/44.1kHz files sound impeccable and very musical.
Featuring Alpha Triform Earcups
It’s All in Your Head…
The ADL H128 is balanced in a completely audiophile way. Rich tonal colors and textures with intimate and close harmonic interplay, a sense of space and quiet backgrounds are the key.
With these our latest breakthrough headphones we decided to take the performance of our now classic H118 headphones one step further. We wanted to retain the H118’s smooth, well-balanced sound that has captivated so many headphone enthusiasts, but we also wanted to improve dynamics and recreate the same “punch” that you hear during live performances—a lofty goal for a pair of headphones. With the new H128, we’ve succeeded at reaching that goal. At ADL we determined that the best way to accomplish this was to design and develop a completely new driver from scratch with the help of our engineers at Furutech and sound tune the headphones with input from a team of renowned Japanese audio commentators.
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