Originally Posted by Jish9
Question, can some please tell me what is doing the D/A conversion in the Altitude? Is it the Inter i7? If so, why are no other manufacturers following the same lead? Engineering and cost? Just curious.
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The DA modules in Altitude is definitely not Intel i7 (which does not have any D/A converter). It is a separate module created by Trinnov, and it is a great D/A converter competing with the best out there. Based on the Trinnov Optimizer in addition it beats them all
No need for external D/A converter with the Altitude, in my opinion it is a waste of money.
If my memory serves me right, the D/A's are part of the output modules, which you have 1 to 4 of in the A32 (there is a reason these cost a **** load of money).
The PC and the rest of the A32/16 is completely galvanically isolated. That is why they use switch mode power supply for PC, and linear power supply for the rest.
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Last edited by Berland; 01-21-2020 at 12:27 PM.