Review of the optional 24bit/96kHz coaxial DAC card for Violectric HPA V200 headphone amplifier. In this review I compare the DAC card with Lavry Engineering's standalone DAC, the Lavry DA11. Violectric also has 24/96 DAC cards with USB and optical interface, as well as some brand new 24/192 cards, all with USB, optical or coaxial interface. Furthermore, they've got a standalone dac, the Violectric V800. #ממירים #ציודמקצועי #HiFi #DAC #DA11 #Comparison
Lavry DA11 review. The DA11 by Lavry Engineering is a DAC with AES/EBU, optical toslink, coaxial and USB 1.0 intputs. It is meant for professional applications but has gain traction amongst audiophiles as well. In this review you will learn about DA11's features, how it operates, its sound quality, pros and cons. #ממירים #ציודמקצועי #DAC #HiFi #DA11
Everyone is aware of the old saying, “The whole is more than the sum of its parts.” Audiophiles make use of this wise old saying whenever they compare different components in their systems, as we all know that system synergy is what transforms a stereo system from merely ok to good to great. This idea also rings true for the folks who design and build the gear we enjoy. We hear stories of guys who spend months, if not years, painstakingly striving for the most efficient ci
Lavry is well-known in audio engineering circles around the world for its professional mastering and recording gear. Coming from musical families and frequenting live performances of all kinds of music, the husband and wife team of Daniel Lavry, electronics engineer cum designer, and Priscilla Lavry, CEO, has run the company since 1993. Both Lavrys know their Bechsteins from their Bösendorfers, meeting some years ago through the instrumentality of Priscilla’s harp teacher. De
The Benchmark DAC1 — the crowning champion for stand-alone D/A converters in the $1000 range — is now being challenged by the Lavry DA10; a newcomer from a highly-respected converter company, Lavry Engineering. "A bias: If there's any bias here - it's towards the DAC1. I've owned one since they first came out in 2002. And ever since then had commented regularly that the DAC1 was the one single piece of gear I would not swap out of my studio in exchange for something else. Als
Sony Classical's head of engineering, David Smith, is a man whose opinions on sound quality I have come to respect. So when David e-mailed me a year or so back, enthusing over a new DAC he'd heard, I paid attention. When Lavry Engineering contacted me about reviewing their DA2002, I didn't need much persuading. "Impressively engineered and even more impressive-sounding, Lavry Engineering's DA2002 is one of the few digital processors that I could live with in the long term."..