Mikado Signature introduces 32-bit/192 kHz upsampling
August 21, 2008 (To news archive)
As early as the Gryphon CDP 1 CD player in the late 1990’s, Gryphon introduced the world to the sonic improvements offered by upsampling long before others became aware of them. CDP 1 incorporated upsampling to 88.2 kHz, making it the world’s first CD player to do so. Now, Mikado Signature introduces the world to 32-bit/192 kHz upsampling.
Taking Gryphon cornerstone philosophies of dual mono and fully symmetrical balanced operation where no one has gone before, Gryphon Mikado Signature is fully balanced throughout the digital domain as well, implementing two stereo DAC’s per channel in full dual differential mode. This configuration drastically lowers the digital noise floor and contributes to the expansive soundstage and sharply focused stereo image of the Mikado Signature.
Mikado Signature will be shipping soon.