Lavry Engineering Black DA11
Features like a USB input, programmable settings, infrared remote capability and Playback Image Control make the DA11 a versatile DA converter. The DA11 combines customer requested features with a flexible approach to controlling the stereo image. The patent-pending Playback Image Control allows the listener to adjust his position within the stereo sound field, such as adjusting the stereo width to create a headphone listening experience more like listening in a room with speakers, or moving the sweet spot with asymmetrical speaker placement. A full complement of USB, XLR, RCA and optical digital audio inputs offer flexibility. With the addition of infrared remote capability, the DA11 allows the listener to easily control important functions from the listening position with the added benefit of working with most universal remotes. The remote mute function controls both headphone and main outputs, while a separate main output on/off setting makes private headphone listening convenient.
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