REFERENCE Low Noise Power Supply
The Reference as been designed to offer the very lowest noise levels from a power supply. Pushing on the technology in our other psus we have managed to create something that works brilliantly with the very best audio equipment on the market.
From the large transformer and big smoothing capacitors chosen for their low ESR and ripple rejection to the precise vref and onto the ABT monitored low noise output this PSU really does stand head and shoulders above anything out in the market today in both design and performance. You wont find this level of quality PSU in anything manufactured at the high end of the audio market.
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Reference Psu specs -
- SPower drive circuit
- Uberly low noise Spower derived output
- Very low noise 6 stage Vref
- Oscon SVP Capacitors used for precise Vref control
- Extra low noise Spower derived control circuit
- Large High Quality Mundorf / F&T Capacitors
- High Quality Cerefine and Rubycon Capacitors (model specific)
- Optimised circuit layout
- 120VA Toroidal Transformer (9V & 12V outputs)
- 80VA Toroidal Transformer (5V & 6V outputs)
- 3.6A Current capable
- 10A Current Max @12V (short term current)
- Output protection / monitoring circuit (ABT)
All our DC power supplies utilise a custom designed Fidelity Audio SPower low noise voltage regulator circuit along with improved circuit design and high quality Mundorf AG capacitors and toroidal transformers all housed in a quality Gloss Black ABS chassis with EMI / RFI coating on the inside. Audio Wire 1TP silver plated copper cable is used between PSU and your device as well as internally.
- Analogue presentation
- Inky Blacks
- Much more insight into recordings
- Delicate Treble
- Fuller Bass with more definition
With it in place the difference is profound. And I tried feeding the 5V PSU into a usb power line with USB being input source instead of spdif (and the other PSU feeding into the PC USB card) and it sounds incredible. I could never get on with the USB input but for the first time ever I love it. I'm revelling in detail.