In their endless efforts to research and design DACs, Lampizator arrived at this breakthrough design, combining everything they know about the DAC design in a “not too expensive package”. Their goal was to get as close as we can to the Pacific sound, but at roughly 1/4 budget.
The resulting DAC positions itself with technology and sound somewhere mid-way between the Amber3 and the Golden Gate 2. They decided to place it directly as a replacement of the Baltic line, hence the name Baltic-3.
||High resolution digital audio converter|
||PCM up to 384 kHz, DSD up to DSD512 / Macs only up to DSD256|
||USB, S/PDIF, TosLink, and AES/EBU|
||200 Ohms per phase|
||2 Vpp (low gain) or 6 Vpp (hi gain) @0dB|
||USB input is compatible with Windows, Linux, and MAC|
||DHD rectifier 5C3S supplied – may sub 5U4G/274B/5u3C/GZ37/5R4WGB
Input is one pair of 6SN7GT supplied – may sub 6N8PA/CV181-T/6H8C
Output is one pair of 12BH7 supplied – may sub ECC82/5963 JAN
17.375 x 4.75 x 13″ (WxDxH)
Tubes add another 7.875″ to the standing height