CANOR DAC 2.10 uses the dual mono configuration of the ES9038Q2M digital-to-analogue converters from ESS Sabre, which ensure high sound quality.
- Dual mono configuration of digital to analogue converters from ESS Sabre
The consistently symmetrical signal path
The output part is analogue (tube-based)
- thanks to used converters, it is possible to play files in PCM formats up to a sampling frequency of 768 kHz and for DSD format up to Native DSD512 via the USB input, thus covering most digital files that you can normally play, buy or stream.
- it uses the dual mono configuration of the ES9038Q2M digital-to-analogue converters from ESS Sabre, which ensure high sound quality.
- the analogue output is a buffer, which is solved by a high-quality electronic connection
- dual converter wiring uses separate signal paths for the left and right channels.
- there are seven digital converter filters for PCM format and one proprietary for MQA format, which is set automatically during MQA playback.
- the last (eighth) item in the digital filter menu “Oversampling Bypass” can be selected. But it’s not a digital filter, as it’s turning off digital filtering for the ability to compare audio without filtering…
- the signal from the digital inputs is processed by a powerful multi-core XMOS microcontroller with an advanced Multi-Core RISC architecture.