Friday, August 30, 2013
All single day, there seems to be more ways to fit in digital music from a computer into your life. It’s certainly convenient. For the most part, however, it just doesn’t sound all that high-quality. If anyone can change that, it’s going to be Bryston.
The company just announced its BUC-1 USB Converter. This part hooks between your computer and an audio device, to deliver a high-res, ultra-low jitter audio signal. Even better, it connect and using just one USB cable.
From there, the BUC-1 allows for a native 24-bit resolution at sampling rates up to 192 kHz. Other features include AES/EBU, BNC and coax digital output, a low-voltage trigger input, and asynchronous low-phase noise clocks.
It’s also main to note that the BUC-1 has its own power supply complete with ultra-low noise linear power directive. Bryston says that this perk can deliver clean, ample power.
Available with silver or black faceplate, the BUC-1 is selling now. Contact Bryston for more information, as well as pricing.