Meridian Introduces Director Digital to Analogue Converter


August 5,2013


Meridian has introduced Director, a high-quality DAC (Digital to Analogue Converter) designed to deliver audio performance from digital sources such as media players, CD players and computers. Meridian Director DAC

Director is designed to provide a quality link between digital sources and a conventional analogue audio system.

Featuring a range of connectivity, Director can be used with a wide selection of traditional components as well as high-resolution USB based sources. Director features technology drawn from Meridian’s Reference 800 Series, offering up to 24-bit resolution and 192khz sampling and the full range of proprietary Meridian resolution enhancement technologies such as Upsampling and Apodising.

According to the company, Director is particularly suitable for installation applications and is an ideal upgrade for network players, video streamers and music servers.

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