The Peachtree iDAC

Peachtree's David Solomon, seen here accosting Stereophile's Stephen Mejias (right) in the hotel's coffee bar, was in ebullient mode. He's holding Peachtree Audio's new idAC ($999), which combines the usual 24/192kHz S/PDIF inputs with a 24/96-capable USB input and an iPod dock that, like the Peachtree iDecco amplifier that is favorably reviewed by Art Dudley in our December 2010 issue, takes the audio data from the iPod in digital form. The iDAC uses the latest version of ESS's 32-bit Sabre32 D/A chip.
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Stephen Mejias's picture

David Solomon is always in ebullient mode!

David Solomon's picture

It was a Starbucks at 4:00pm. I should have known to put on my mellow.Where did I leave that mellow anyway?

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