Gustard has been researching the audio field for nearly ten years, and its various audio DAC products have been widely recognized by users all over the world. A22 is Gustard’s first audio DAC product with dual AK4499, developed based on the careful debugging of their previous generation flagship chip AK4497 and success of full discrete Class-A circuit which is matured after many years of practical application.
The left and right channels of Gustard A22 are featuring an AK4499 each for dual mono audio digital-to-analog conversion. The two-channel DAC circuits are completely independent and independently grounded, and do not interfere with each other to achieve optimal performance.
Accurate volume adjustment and remote control
Supports high-quality digital volume adjustment of 0dB~-90dB total 90 positions, with remote control for easy adjustment of volume
Wide range of digital filter options
The PCM has six digital filters available: Short Delay Sharp Roll-off/Short Delay Slow Roll-off/Sharp Roll-off/Slow Roll-off/Super Slow Roll-off/Low Dispersion Short Delay Filter. DSD has 2 digital filters available: L-BW and H-BW.
Rigorous design, reasonable layout, nice workmanship, and solid materials
Gustard adjusts the peripheral circuits of the AK4499 chip as well to improve the overall quality of the A22 for better user function and performance. The Gustard DAC-A22 delivers state-of-the-art performance in every sence of it. It is clearly designed by experienced engineers who have made sure the actual implementation matches the fancy specifications.
Gustard A22 is available in black and silver. You can choose whether to have a built-in USB digital audio interface daughter board depending on whether you need USB input function.
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