AYA 4: This year’s AYA release, featuring 192/384 kHz async USB

AYA 4 is 2018 AYA release, with all the features of previous AYA II DACs, and completely changed, now no-compromise, 192 or 384 kHz capable asynchronous USB stage. AYA 4 can be used as usual stereo DAC, but its USB input stage can be also made as 4 channel interface.

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USB board Mk3 and AYA II revisited (proposal)

Two projects proposal for 2018.

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USB to simultaneous data or I2S converter, series 2

Audial USB interface second release. Now offered as both module and ready made device.

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AYA II DS, DIY edition

As announced a few months ago, we have another run of AYA II. This run, marked as DS, includes one update with respect to AYA II 2014: synchronous DEM clocking circuit is now more completely integrated, so it is not optional but integral part of this AYA II project.

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Model S MkIII schedule

In addition to S/PDIF, MkIII version of this converter will also include direct PCM input, able to accept both commonly used I2S and TDA1541A specific simultaneous data protocol.

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AYA II 2014 DIY edition, second run

As an extension of original AYA II 2014 DIY edition offer, here is the second turn of AYA II 2014 orders.

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AYA II 2014 DIY edition interest check

As a result of initiative by several TDA1541A fans at diyaudio.com, AYA II DAC may re-appear in 2014.

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Model A, the first appearance

The first Audial amplifier, Model A, is here. With power set to 25 W per channel (50 W option is also available), Model A is intended to drive medium and high efficiency speakers (86 dB / 1 W / 1 m and more). It is designed to bring the highest sonic performance, for modest price.

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USA / Bay Area repair service

Audial is pleased to announce cooperation with True Sound, located in Campbell, California, USA. This means that our USA customers will have an opportunity to service their units here.

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OPA861 zero-feedback output stage of AYA II

The output stage of AYA II DAC, released back in 2007, now with details of circuit sitting behind originally posted block diagram. Dare to say, it might be the best I/V circuit published so far.

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