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Bitstream Digital to Analogue Converter (1991-92)

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The DPA PDM 2 is a bitstream digital audio converter for use with up to four differing sources which may be satellite,CD, DAC or DAT transports.

The unit uses two boxes, one for digital processing and one for the conversion to analogue.

It is based on the DAC7, an ultra high performance PDM chip made by Philips.


Digital converter: 2 x TDA1547, DAC7 bitstream

Digital Inputs: Coaxial, Optical

Sampling Frequency: 32, 44, 48kHz

Frequency response: 1Hz to 20kHz

Line output: 2V

Dimensions: 197 x 74 x 278mm

Weight: 2kg

Year: 1991

Note: two box DAC



re: PDM Two vs DPA Bigger Bit TDA1547 (DAC7) DAC

Looking for the manual for an older model, the DPA Bigger Bit TDA1547 (DAC7) DAC

re: PDM Two vs DPA Bigger Bit TDA1547 (DAC7) DAC

The DPA Bigger Bit is a newer model than the PDM2. Might be worth asking the re-lauched Deltec Precision Audio here http://deltecprecisionaudio.com/contact-us/

re: PDM Two vs DPA Bigger Bit TDA1547 (DAC7) DAC

FWIW the DPA Bigger Bit is from 1991 and was sold alongside the PDM Two

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