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Reviewers have consistently rated CALLIA as outstanding, not only for its capabilities as a DAC in a high-performance loudspeaker setup but also as a premium headphone amplifier. With built-in digital volume control all you need is a power amplifier and speakers or just active speakers (ideally analogue of course!) and you are ready to hear you recordings like never before.
If you are a headphone enthusiast, set your CALLIA for the correct impedance range then plug in and listen to hear new layers of detail in your favourite recordings.
Prism Sound have been building studio-grade A-D and D-A converters for more than 25 years and have built an enviable reputation for performance and technical excellence. Much of your favourite music and movie scores will have been recorded, mixed or mastered with Prism Sound professional A/D and D/A converters. Now with CALLIA, home users can enjoy true studio sound quality!
Read the amazing story of Prism Sound, a great British audio company that designs and manufactures all its products in the UK!
Here's what Elton John's producer Gus Dudgeon said about Prism Sound's technology after the first CD remastering of Elton's "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road":
"The very nature of analogue recordings being transferred to vinyl demanded major compromises. With (Prism Sound) digital sound these constraints are removed, and the recordings can be heard much closer to the reproduction we had originally intended."
Prism Sound is not just about one kind of music though. The company's first generation A/D and D/A converters became well known for orchestral music, chamber music and other acoustic music genres. For example: Sono Luminus, based in Virginia USA and founded in 1995 by Len Bosack and Sandy Lerner, former founders of networking giant Cisco Systems. Sono Luminus has recorded medieval, glass, acoustic and modern instruments in solo and large orchestral performances as well as solo vocalists, chant, antiphonal and traditional chorale ensembles. The company claims it is at the cutting edge of recording technology and has been using Prism Sound ADA-8 family converters since 2003. The company also now owns classical label Dorian Recordings.
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