PS Audio Feeling Festive with 20% Off for December
Via participating dealers, PS Audio are feeling festive for the month of December with 20% off selected products.
The special offer applies to PS Audio's NuWave DSD DAC, and the highly popular DirectStream Jnr DAC. The offer is only while stock lasts until the end of December 2016, so you might want to get in quick.
The NuWave DAC is an affordable high-end digital to analog processor. Based on the acclaimed PerfectWave series, the NWD accepts inputs from any digital source including USB (up to 192kHz 24 bit asynchronous) from your computer and connects to your system’s preamplifier with either single ended (RCA) or balanced (XLR) connections.
Normally $1795 RRP, you can pick one up this month for just $1435.00
Taking it up a level, the DirectStream Jnr is a world class DAC based on the architecture of the original DirectStream DAC, which won Stereophile and Absolute Sound’s Product Of The Year this year.
DSJ uses the same FPGA architecture and customised code as PS Audio’s DirectStream DAC, and it is designed and built by the exact same team. The idea behind the DSJ was to offer very close performance at a fraction of the cost. How was this accomplished? Lower cost chassis and user interface.
Normally $5895 RRP, you can own one of these this month for just $4695.00
PS Audio is available from Specialist Retailers.
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