Micromega's Airstream Wireless DAC: More Than An Apple Airport Express

In his June 2010 Residential Systems print edition review of Micromega’s WM-10 AirStream wireless DAC, Dennis Burger says there are more differences between the AirStream and AirPort Express than merely the former’s brushed metal chassis. For one, he says, Micromega has equipped the AirStream with a much beefie
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In his June 2010 Residential Systems print edition review of Micromega’s WM-10 AirStream wireless DAC, Dennis Burger says there are more differences between the AirStream and AirPort Express than merely the former’s brushed metal chassis. For one, he says, Micromega has equipped the AirStream with a much beefier power supply and a fancy new clock to reduce jitter, and has removed the 8P8C Ethernet and USB ports (or, more accurately, hidden them inside) to completely eliminate the possibility of any physical contact between the device and a potentially noise-ridden computer source.

But Dennis isn't the only one making the these differences understood. The R&D team behind the WM-10 also wants to make it abundantly clear that its Wireless DAC much more than just an Apple AirPort Express. Click here to read what they say in an issued statement.

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