Roland da-400 vs solaris

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Roland da-400 vs solaris

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Hi guys,

I acquired an S-760 sampler recently with a fully functional DA-400 unit , it seems to be a Rare Roland DA converter that is know for it's pleasant sound. Some people have used it in combination with certain synthesizers.
I know this would be blasphemy in view of the 96KHz high audio quality of the Solaris.

Can someone confirm if this could actually work without me breaking anything ?


If yes, I'll do some tests with it and post some results here. Science audio experiment :p.

DA-400 4CH D/A CONVERTER

SAMPLING FREQUENCY:
48, 44.1, 32 kHz ( Auto select )

D/A CONVERSION:
18 bit linear, 8-times Over sampling

FREQUENCY RESPONSE:
48kHz : 10 Hz – 23 kHz ( +0/-3dB )
44.1kHz : 10 Hz – 21 kHz ( +0/-3dB )
32kHz : 10 Hz – 15 kHz ( +0/-3dB )

OUTPUT IMPEDANCE:
300 ( Unbalanced )
600 ( Balanced )

CONNECTORS:
Digital Input Connectors
Coaxial ( 1/2, 3/4 ) : 2 ( conformable to the S/P DIF )
Optical ( 1/2 ) : 1 ( conformable to the S/P DIF )
Analog Output Jacks
1/4 inch phone type ( 1, 2, 3, 4 )
AC Inlet

S/N RATIO:
110 dB ( IHF-A, Typ. )

DYNAMIC RANGE:
Greater than 102 dB

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