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Bakoon Products SCL CAP-1005 D/A Converter

Product code: cap1005-1

Bakoon Products SCL CAP-1005 D/A Converter

Regular price ¥158,400 円
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Enjoy high-precision high-resolution digital sound sources

Enjoy the best sound even in a studio!

Baccoon Products has created the CAP Series, a series of high quality music speakers that are perfectly sized to fit in small spaces. The CAP series is designed to reproduce all the music information even at low volume in a small room where neighbors are concerned, by utilizing the SATRI circuit technology of Baccoon Products.

192KHzFs / 24bit sampling data supported

The CAP-1005 is a D/A converter that supports 192KHz/24bit sampling data.

On the front panel, the sampling frequency lamps light up for digital signals from 44.1KHz to 192KHz. 44.1KHz for CDs and 48KHz for DVDs. Frequencies above 88.1KHz are high-resolution digital signals. Some old CDs have an equalizer applied at the time of recording. The CAP-1005 automatically detects this and corrects the frequency response to normal. When the function is working, the de-emphasis lamp will light up.

CD players, DVD players, etc. use either coaxial RCA inputs or Toslink optical inputs. Both can handle up to 192 KHz/24-bit signals. The analog output circuit uses Bakun Products' proprietary SATRI circuit V12, instead of using a standard op-amp, to reproduce high-resolution sound sources with high precision.

The company's productsDigital Signal Selector CAP-1006When connected to a PC or other device via USB, the USB/SPDIF converter USC-1001, which converts USB digital audio signals to linear PCM SPDIF signals, can be used to enjoy high-resolution high-definition music. The USB/SPDIF converter USC-1001 converts USB digital audio signals to linear PCM SPDIF signals for connection to a PC or other device.

The power supply is 5 V, the same as USB, so a USB power adapter or mobile battery can be used.
CAP series products have the capability to be used in high-end applications.
Outputs Analog RCA x1
Dimensions W130 x H30 x D180mm
Weight Approx. 420g
Power source 5V350mA DC
*Bakun Products will gradually change its logo and name to SCL (SATRI Circuit Laboratory). Please note that the logo and name will be changed to SCL (SATRI Circuit Laboratory) in due course.

Dramatic improvement in sound quality with the addition of CAP-1006
A mobile battery was used as the power source to cut off common mode noise. The sound of the CAP-1005 by itself was powerful and spacious low frequency, with good high frequency grain and natural texture of voices and musical instruments, which is hard to imagine from such a small and lightweight unit. However, when CAP-1006 is added in front of this unit, the sound quality changes drastically as it seems to have a jitter-reducing effect. As if a veil had been lifted, the sound field becomes more transparent, and audible noise is reduced, so that even faint sounds such as breathing are clearly audible and intelligible. Transparency is improved and textures become more natural. The CAP-1006 is not only a digital selector, but also a jitter reducer. When we used the USC-1001 to play back high-resolution sound sources from a NAS, adding the CAP-1006 afterward dramatically improved the energetic, high-resolution sound.
*MJ Magazine
Describes a high-density sound image
This model is characterized by its excellent sound transparency and high-density sound image. In terms of tone, the highs are clear, and the mids and lows are warm and full. Thus, in the jazz trio played back, there is no muddiness in the piano's resonance, and the sound grains are truly beautiful. The reverberations of the piano's sound spread beautifully throughout the church where the recording was made. The drums' percussion sounds vividly, and the bass clarifies the feeling of finger playing and the resonance of the body. The DAC and the analog circuit (low-pass filter) in the latter stage are battery-operated. When I played a piece with a female chorus and strings, I was able to enjoy rich overtones that were closer to DSD than to PCM. Although this unit does not question the genre of music played, the playback of classical music was particularly appealing. The SATRI amplifier module seemed to be effective in this unit as well.
*MJ Magazine