The following quotes were pulled from a review written by Ian Dunmore on Headphones.com. All of these photos belong to him, and we definitely encourage you to read the full review.
“This is a distinctive design. It’s clean, functional and neat. Perhaps more Stanley Kubrik’s ‘2001’ in style than anything else. Which is to say a 1970s imagination of what electronics might look like in 2001. If that was the goal, I think it succeeds admirably; I could certainly see it making an appearance at MOMA in the future.”
“DAC/amp and/or all-in-one components are often mismatched between their DAC and amplifier capabilities. I don’t feel that’s the case here; the DAC isn’t holding back the amplifier, and the amplifier isn’t stunting the performance of the DAC.”
“It was trivial to pick apart the mix and isolate any specific element – each was distinct and easily resolved without detracting from the overall composition. Perhaps that’s the point here; a device that can effortlessly present the musical whole, while still allowing fine-grained isolation and focus … which would be fitting for production work – which is, of course, where all this began.”