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DM35 – Digital-to-analag converter module

DAC module for I25, I35, and PRE35.

DM35 is a sophisticated digital to analog converter module for adding digital to analog conversion to I25, I35, and PRE35 platforms. In order to allow for playback of virtually any digital source with absolute accuracy and musicality, the DM35 DAC stage recreates high-resolution sound that is as close as possible to the original source.

Primare I35 Prisma modular integrated amplifier and network player technology inside
Primare DM35 Digital-to-analag converter module

Inputs include 4 Toslink optical and 2 RCA coaxial for resolution of up to 192kHz/24 bit, and 1 USB B input for computer connection with resolution of up to 768kHz/32 bit and DSD256 (11.2MHz). An RCA coaxial output provides native output for digital inputs and selectable 48 or 96kHz ouput for analog inputs.

DM35 required for PRISMA update.

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  • 4 x Toslink input
  • 2 x RCA input
  • 1 x USB B input
  • 1 x RCA output
  • Retail Price€600

For more detailed specifications see the design brief and user guide.

Primare Help Centre

Hej! Have a question or need assistance? Contact your local dealer or distributor found at the list at the link above or go to the Primare Help Centre to browse through our FAQ database for the answers to your questions or if you don’t find what you are looking for there, submit a Help Request. 

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