After three years in the making, the T Series streamer represents a major step forward in digital replay. With separate enclosures for the Linear Power Supply (LPSU) and Digital Head Unit (DHU), the T Series streamer is capable of astonishing realism and musicality.
The LPSU employs proprietary Quiescent technology to reduce the noise floor to such levels that you can hear musical warmth and realism that has not, until now, been possible with digital replay. Using high speed and power voltage regulation, the LPSU always makes sure that the DHU has plenty of clean and stable power on tap whenever it is needed.
The DHU employs open architecture hardware and software that can be operated with any of the current commercial streaming systems such as Roon, Plex or Audirvana. This gives you complete freedom of choice in how you want to interact with your streamer and music library.
In our quest to create a digital source that uses non-intrusive error correction, the T Series streamer uses error detection and re-fetch processes allowing the digital stream to be truly bit-accurate. To do this, very powerful and fast memory and processor technologies that are mechanically and electromagnetically isolated from other system components are used.
Noisy sources such as displays, LEDs and microprocessor controls have been eliminated. Additionally, extensive anti-RFI and vibration technology has been used to dramatically reduce the effects of self-generated noise.
Enclosures are machined using high-grade aluminium to tolerances so good that the separate component pieces fit together seamlessly. Using our advanced 3D modelling process, our engineers focused on the flow of mechanical energy and channelling it to acoustic reservoirs where the energy is dispersed before it can radiate back into the electronics. By doing this, vibration-induced microphonic signals are reduced to such levels leading the system appears to be "black" and musical replay is effortless.