Massive firmware update from PS Audio
Massive firmware update from PS Audio
Massive firmware update from PS Audio

Massive firmware update from PS Audio

PS Audio has released new firmware, version v3.1.0, for the PerfectWave DirectStream DAC MK2 digital-to-analog converter. According to the developers, this update, named Mount Massive, elevates the device’s sound to a new level by increasing resolution and reducing noise levels. PS AUDIO has a history of firmware significantly influencing sound characteristics, sparking discussions on forums about the preferred firmware versions.

Paul McGowan, the founder and head of the brand, described this update as the most significant in his 50 years in the industry, stating, “It takes the DirectStream DAC MK2 to a level I could only imagine.”

Hear Paul’s thoughts on what makes this Mountain Top update our best in 50 years. 

The company claims that the new software has reduced noise in the audible range by 10 dB and by 30 dB at frequencies above 20 kHz. The firmware development was led by Ted Smith, the company’s chief digital technology specialist. The DirectStream DAC MK2’s programmable FPGA matrix enables such a substantial update.

The firmware file is available for free download from the company’s website, emphasizing that users should not rely on the device itself to download firmware directly from the internet.

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