The Atoll ST100SE network drive has a 24-bit / 192 kHz DAC, a WiFi receiver and DLNA network functions with support for web radios. The secret of its musicality is based on the use of an excellent power supply with a strong current reserve and audiophile components for its output stage in class A. It differs from the model At100 ST100 by its asynchronous USB port, now compatible 24 Bit / 192 kHz (instead of 96 kHz), as well as the presence of a Bluetooth receiver for wireless listening.
DAC & Pre-amp / connectings:
Bluetooth® receiver (I2S interfaced to the PCM5102)
The streamer includes DLNA and Upnp protocole that allows direct streaming from some different apps.
1,5mm steel chassis
Aluminum front panel (black or silver) of 4mm
Dimensions: 440*290*90 mm
Weight: 5 Kg
Power Supply: 30 + 3,2VA
Total of capacitors: 9 858 µF
Output Stages: 2 discrete stages with no feed-back
Output Impedance: 100 Ohm
Output Level: 2,4 VRMS
Signal/Noise Ratio: 123 dB
Distortion at 1kHz: 0,005%
Bandwidth: 5Hz – 20kHz
Rising Time: 1,5µs
Digital/analog Converter: Burr-Brown 24 bits/192 kHz
USB DRIVER: To use the USB-B asynchronous input, you need to download this driver on your computer using Windows software. This is not requisite on iOS or Linux systems.
Products concerned: DAC200 – SDA100 – SDA200 – ST100se – ST200se – HD120 – CD400se – IN300