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With six generations released, Aune’s X1 series is popular among audiophiles looking for streamlined, all-in-one DAC/amps. Taking the tradition a step further with cutting-edge features, the seventh-generation X1S Pro is both Hi-Res and low-noise Read More
With six generations released, Aune’s X1 series is popular among audiophiles looking for streamlined, all-in-one DAC/amps. Taking the tradition a step further with cutting-edge features, the seventh-generation X1S Pro is both Hi-Res and low-noise. It’s equipped with the ES9038Q2M DAC chip (featuring three filter modes) and capable of decoding at 32-bit, 768-kilohertz PCM and DSD512. On the amplifier side, the X1S features Aune’s well-received, fifth-generation Class-A amp circuit. Professionally tuned, it’s outfitted with a two-stage digital power supply and a two-stage analog voltage regulator circuit to reach ultra-low 3.5-microvolt distortion levels. The X1S also boasts -102-decibel THD + N to create a dark background on which to articulate its impressive 117-decibel dynamic range and excellent transient response.
Note: At checkout, choose a silver or black model. All options ship with a US plug.
Inputs: USB, coaxial, optical
Maximum sampling rate (USB): 32-bit / 768-kilohertz
Maximum sampling rate (coaxial): 24-bit / 384-kilohertz
Maximum sampling rate (optical): 24-bit / 192-kilohertz
Maximum DSD rate (USB): DSD512 (DoP)
Maximum DSD rate (coaxial): DoP128 (DoP)
Maximum DSD rate (optical): DoP64
Line output level: 2 Vrms
Frequency response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz (± 0.2 dB)
SNR: 117 dB
THD+N: -102 dB at 1 kHz
Output power: 560 mW at 32 ohms (0.1% at 1kHz, 0dB)
Aune X1s Pro Power adapter
Disk (with E-manual and driver inside)
Estimated ship date is Mar 12, 2021 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.
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