Model S MkII

Two and a half year after its release, the Model S goes through a couple of changes. Admittedly, there were no previous plans for substituting the Model S with MkII successor and, as perfected as it is, the overall architecture remains actually intact.

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D-09 discontinuation notice

Released in November 2009, D-09 was a sort of AYA II/III DACs successor, so moderately priced unit yet capable to address very serious requests. And what D-09 offered remained in fact unique in its price tag all the time: natural sound performance achieved by real audiophile architecture with fancy discrete analogue circuit, highly elaborated supplies and layout, and quality parts, and with everything packed into the cute chassis, featuring all types of commonly used inputs.

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Gramofone official premiere

Gramofone first showing is scheduled for the upcoming Millionaire Fair in Amsterdam, 8-12 December. Electronics significantly contributed by Audial.

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Model S USB release

Audial range of DACs is now being expanded by the Model S asynchronous USB equivalent, and it retains no-compromise, state-of-the-art topology and solutions of its elder S/PDIF brother.

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Cessation of Audial DIY items sales

Audial will completely stop selling the DIY items during the first week of June. In the future, Audial will concentrate on producing completed devices only.

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D-09 :: Audial DAC, more affordable than ever

New Audial D/A converter has been released.

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AYA II discontinuation

The AYA DACs are not regularly available anymore.

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Audial OEM DAC Announcement

Due to misinterpretations following WLM Acoustics D/A converter, displayed and used at WLM demo room during previous audio show in Munich, official Audial statement on this matter follows.

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Model S updates

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AYA DACs brief history

AYA, AYA II, AYA III

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