Those involved in the music and audio industry might want to pay attention to this bit of news – it seems that NuForce has just introduced its Dia digital amplifier, an all-in-one device that will target home audio as well as streaming devices alike. Basically, its very sole reason for existence would be to deliver crystal-clear audio without the complexity of an audio/video receiver, where the NuForce Dia will boast a 24bit/192kHz D/A converter and 24W stereo amplifier within which is not only simple in design, but small and powerful as well.
You can now hook up your favorite electronics to Dia via its optical or coaxial digital inputs, and once upon doing that, Dia’s high-performance 24W stereo power amplifier and audiophile-grade sound card will get to work, driving powerful, crystal-clear audio through your existing speakers and subwoofer so that you can experience the ultimate 2.1 stereo situation, ranging from a bevy of devices such as widescreen and high-definition TVs, satellite receivers and set-top boxes, gaming consoles, Blu-Ray/DVD/CD players and media streaming devices like the AirPort Express and Apple TV.
Expect to fork out $299 for the NuForce Dia if you are interested.
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