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A new campaign for a desktop version of their Geek Out portable DAC/Amp has startes in Indiegogo!

Geek Pulse is a high-definition DAC and 3W headphone amplifier.

Beyond being a rad DAC, Geek Pulse has two ways to get music out of it. First, there's a pair of RCA connectors on the back. Second, it has an amazing headphone amplifier inside that is accessed by a 1/4" headphone jack on the front. Again, this is audiophile approved stuff and it is powerful. It'll push 3,000 milliwatts into a pair of headphones. GAIN SWITCH either on PCB board or Dip Switch at the back.


Starts at $249 for very early backers.
$398 for both Geek Pulse and Geek Out ($199+$199)

GET IT HERE: http://igg.me/at/geekpulseaudio/x/5192321






DAC ESS Sabre 9018K2M (for now)

Digital Inputs:
USB 2.0
Toslink
SPDIF 1 - RCA
SPDIF 2 - RCA

Analog Outputs:
Line Out: Single-ended, gold plated RCA
Output Impedance: 47 Ohm
Output Voltage: 4Vrms fixed

Headphone: 1/4" stereo jack
Output Impedance: 0.47 Ohm
Output Voltage: 7Vrms max variable

Volume Control Buttons on front panel plus operating system control.

Volume attenuation information from operating system sends data to Geek Pulse, which then implements the volume control internally.

Native PCM Decoding 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192, 352.8, & 384 kHz / 16, 24, 32 bit

Native DSD Decoding 2.822, 3.072, 5.644, 6.144 MHz / 1 bit

Analog Output Stage Pure Class A Line Level Out

THD+N better than 0.005%

SNR:
110dB (unweighted)
115dB (A-weighted)

Jitter Removal Technology:
Patent Pending: 3L buffer by Light Harmonic
Dual loop re-clock for all digital audio inputs

Power 12V DC Input

Interesting Features:

The 3D Awesomifier ‚Äč
Geek Pulse's 3D Awesomifier electronically duplicates what happens naturally when we listen to sound through a stereo. Sometimes this technology is called "crossfeeding," but Geek Pulse does it in a very unique way, using both digital and analog technologies proprietary to LH Labs.

Super Quiet DC Power Circuit
Since Geek Pulse isn't USB powered (like Geek Out is), we'll make "Da Vinci magic" again with a quiet and proven super regulator that uses a large bank of capacitors, providing the best power supply in its class.

Sean Hull

Denon 3808ci | PS3 80Gb | Harmony One | Toshiba XA2 | Samsung 61" PN60E6500EF | HTPC with HDMI

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