Also on display in the LH Labs room was the long awaited VI DAC, also started as an Indiegogo project, and available shortly via normal retail for $4999 in solid state version, or $6999 with tubes sporting both single-ended or balanced outputs as shown here. Interestingly the tube version still contains the complete solid-state output stage, so you can switch between them.

Both versions contain separate power and digital boards as shown in the above photo and include Femto clocking and processing for up to 32/384 PCM or DSD256. The unique chassis design insures there are no parallel walls and there is also a headphone output with volume control on the front.