David Denyer has been appointed by Computer Audio Design (CAD) for UK PR.
Launched in 2012, the British company is the brainchild of electrical engineer Scott Berry, who, despite being a self-confessed vinyl junkie, is on a mission to help computer music listeners achieve the best possible sound quality from hi-res music files.
To that end, the company designs and hand-builds a small but impressive portfolio of products, including the 1543 MKII DAC, CAT Audio Transport, a USB cable and the new GC1 Ground Control.
Each product in the range shares a common aim: to deliver a sound quality akin to the best analogue sources. In most cases, this is achieved by deliberately keeping things startlingly simple. Which actually requires an incredible amount of technological know-how.
The proof, of course, is in the listening. And, while being less than four years old, CAD has already garnered a raft of fans and awards, from ‘Best Sounding Hi-Fi Room’ at the brand’s first appearance at the Bristol Show in 2013 to ‘Best Sound’ at the Munich High-End Show 2015, while German computer audio magazine Einsnull awarded the 1543 MKII ‘Best DAC of 2015’.
Commenting on the appointment, Scott Berry said, “As soon as I started talking to David Denyer, the first thing he suggested was that he listen to the products. He’s known for only working with brands whose sound quality he’s genuinely impressed by and I think that’s terribly important – to work with someone who really gets what you’re trying to achieve.”
David Denyer added, “I’m genuinely excited to be working with Computer Audio Design. Like Scott, I have a long history of being an analogue junkie, but what wins me over every time is the simple fact of sound quality, which CAD delivers in spades.”
Read more about CAD at www.computeraudiodesign.com