Glass FX Tube DAC III W

Glass FX Tube DAC III W

Discontinued and out of stock

A DAC with a heart of glass and no solid state op amps in the signal path. This unit will maintain the purity of your digital sound with the latest in chip technology, galvanic isolation, and a circuit design giving you the smooth and rich analog sound only vacuum tubes can deliver. With bluetooth wireless your music is only a few clicks away from your smart phone or computer. 

Output Level:                        0 V to 2.3V  (±1dB, 47K ohms)(SIN SIGNAL 0dB SPDIF IN)

Frequency Response:          20-20 KHz   (±0.5dB)

Bandwidth:                            10Hz to 70kHz + 1dB

SNR                                        >90dB ( 20Hz-20kHz)

Dynamic Range                     126 dB


Distortion THD:                    Less than 0.01% (1kHz)

Headphone Impedance        30 Ohms

Circuit Type:                         Ultra Linear, Class AB

Tube Complement:               2 pcs. 12AX7 pre-amplifier

Power Requirements:          110V-120 VAC 60Hz 90 watts-standby, 240 watts maximum (220 VAC 50Hz option)

Dimensions:                          8 inches wide by 7 inches deep by 3 inches high

Weight:                                   7.5 lbs net, approximately 10 lbs.packaged

Warranty:                               6 month limited parts and labor. Three months on the tubes            

Fuse:                                      110 - 120 VAC, 1 Amp slo Blo; 200 - 240 VAC, .5 Amp Slo Blo

Warranty:   6 month limited parts and labor. Three months on the tubes            

  • AXPONA 2017 Gold Award
Client Testimonials
  • There is tight and nice lower bass that adds to the bass excitement. The mids are lush and transparent. The highs are extended without being etchy. There is nice air around the instruments. This is a warm sounding tube amp without any tube veiling.

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