The Denafrips Ares II is a 24Bit/1536KHz, native DSD1024, discrete resistor ladder Digital To Analog Converter, also knows as an R2R DAC. It is priced at $772.43.
Denafrips has its roots in Guangzhou, China, where it started as a designer and manufacturer of hi-end audio equipment.
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