Singled out as a ‘Hot Product’ at the 2016 Munich High End Show, Computer Audio Design’s Ground Controls tackle noise reduction at the level of signal ground and mains earth, with truly remarkable results. Now, just in time for the 2017 Munich High End Show, the original GC1 is joined by the new larger and more powerful GC3.
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Singled out as a ‘Hot Product’ at the 2016 Munich High End Show, Computer Audio Design’s new GC1 Ground Control tackles noise reduction at the level of the signal ground plane, with remarkable results.
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No plans for this coming Sunday? Great! Then you’ll be free to head over to the North West Audio Show 2016.
Now in its third year, the Northwest Audio Show is quickly becoming one of the highlights in the audiophile calendar with great exhibitors, top brands and a superb venue. With free entry and free parking to tempt you northwestwards, spend a day surrounded by the best in audio amid the beautiful settings of Cheshire’s Cranage Hall and Wychwood Park.
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The world’s finest dedicated USB digital-to-analogue convertor has been upgraded. Computer Audio Design has announced a refit to its unique CAD 1543 DAC, now using proprietary EMI/RFI reduction materials, improved DAC circuit boards, single-crystal UP-OCC internal wiring and refined power supply filtering, to create the CAD 1543 MKII DAC.
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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.
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