Rose Technics has announced the release of a new digital-to-analog converter and headphone amplifier, the RT-5000 .
The DAC unit in the model is built on a dual ES9038Pro chip with HyperStream II architecture, which provides operation with PCM signals with a resolution of 32 bits and a native DSD256 stream. The output uses seven switchable digital filters, allowing you to customize the sound to your liking. The headphone amplifier has four gain levels and a maximum output power of 1600 mW into a 32 ohm load.
The design uses high-quality operational amplifiers OPA1612 and JRC MUSES 01 J-FET . The body of the device is made of aluminum, while the front panel is made entirely of wood, and the top is covered with genuine leather. There are three jacks for connecting headphones – 3.5 mm, 4.4 mm and 6.35 mm; analog outputs are represented by one pair of RCA and one pair of XLR.