Pioneer XDP-100R: First Hi-ReS Company Audiopleier

Pioneer XDP-100R: First Hi-ReS Company Audiopleier

In 2014, the Audio/Video division of Pioneer was sold Onkyo and it seems that now the product range under the Pioneer brand will be larger. In particular, in November, the first portable Hi-ReS audiopler Pioneer XDP-100R will be released. It was first shown at the IFA 2015 exhibition in September, and now detailed characteristics and price tags have become known. The player is made of metal and has quite impressive dimensions, which is the norm for such devices.

The player is equipped 4.7-inch sensory HD display and works on Android OS, judging by the screenshots-Lollipop, there is support for Google Play and wireless Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules. There are 32 GB of built -in memory and two slots for Microsd with a volume of 128 GB each. Well, now the most important in the player: the part that is responsible for the sound. The processor with all the accompanying is placed on one board, DAC and amplifier – on another. According to the creators, this allows you to completely get rid of digital noise.

The player uses the ESS Saber Contained Contained Formats: DSD, DSF, DSD-FF, Meridian Audio MQA (a new format that allows you to strict Lossless-Audio 24-bit 192 kHz if there is a normal 3G connection), FLAC, ALAC, WAV, AIFF , Ogg-vorbis, mp3, aac. Sampling frequency and discharge: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz, 176.4 kHz, 192 kHz, 352.8 kHz, 384 kHz, 2.8 MHz, 5.6 MHz, 11.2 MHz, 16, 24, 32 bits. The book is less than 0.006%, range: 20 Hz – 80,000 Hz, signal ratio/noise: 115 dB. It is claimed that the player is able to disperse the ears with an impedance of 300 Ohms.

The player will go on sale in November (at least Japan) for $ 500.

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