Cary Audio launches new flagship DMS-700 network player
Cary Audio of the United States has launched the latest flagship network audio player DMS-700. Its predecessor is DMS-600. The DMS-600 has long been recognized by the market and has received considerable praise and praise from users. The manufacturer has stated that it will surpass the DMS-600. , and only after in-depth research and careful consideration, we launched this DMS-700
After detailed testing, Cary Audio engineers canceled the AK4497EQ DAC chip used in the past in DMS-700 and replaced it with AKM's latest flagship DAC AK4499EQ. This 4499 DAC replaces the Delta-Sigma architecture of the voltage output
This chip is used in conjunction with the DAC to ensure that crossover distortion is removed for a very consistent and smooth sound. Although many brands have adopted FPGA DAC, the internal structure of DMS-700 is also very particular. It is divided into three independent compartments, one-third is a dedicated analog amplifier circuit, one-third is a dedicated decoding circuit, and one-third is a dedicated power supply section. All power supplies are shielded and isolated.
The DMS-700 features new and improved features, including an LCD screen with twice the resolution of previous DMS models, Crytek oscillator clock, seven independent regulated power supplies, USB/SD card input with built-in NAS drive functionality, Spotify Connect, coaxial and optical digital outputs, balanced and single-ended analog outputs. Supports DSD and PCM 384kHz.