The HyperStream project gives youth a chance to get involve with real-world technology projects. By introducing them to networking and programming software, the youth can begin to imagine the role that technology will play in the future. With this project, they can learn how to connect their computers and create programs that will improve their lives. Technology is not going away, and it’s here to stay, so why not get the youth involve? These are the next generation, after all.
ESS’s patented 32-bit HyperStream II architecture
The Sabre PRO DAC series was the first ESS audio product to use the new ESS’s patented 32-bit hyperstream II architecture. This technology offers Quad 32-bit stereo DAC channels, an analog volume control, and the ability to bypass the computer clock. The Sabre PRO ES9218 is a highly integrate HiFi SoC with two-voltage RMS outputs. It will also be feature in the LG V20 smartphone.
ESS’s ES9038PRO SABRE DAC is based on ESS’s ES9218 SABRE hi-fi SoC, which offers outstanding sound quality and very low THD+N (total harmonic distortion), which is 107 dB with delta-sigma architecture. This DAC delivers superior clarity, sound stage, and resolution, and is designe to integrate with existing and future ESS headphone amplifiers.
ES9218 SABRE HiFi SoC
LG Electronics has announced that its flagship LG V20 smartphone will feature a 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC. This new feature provides crisp, clear sound and up-samples music from virtually any source. The company worked with ESS Technology to implement this new technology in its flagship smartphone. You can learn more about the LG V20’s quad DAC here. This product will be available later this year, and is expect to cost around $170.
The ES9218 SABRE HiFi SoB provides an integrated amplifier that supports PCM up to 32 bits. This DAC is compatible with both balance and unbalanced jacks. It also supports native hardware DSD decoding. This chip has several additional benefits and features that make it an excellent choice for home audio equipment. It also features an integrate output switch that allows users to bypass the ES9218 to minimize power consumption when a DAC is not require.
ES9218’s integrated DAC
The ES9218’s integrated DAC delivers the highest-quality sound, even when using a wide variety of audio formats. It supports most of the most popular high-resolution lossless audio formats, as well as the most commonly compressed legacy formats. It’s also pin-to-pin compatible with ES9218P, LG’s flagship audio processor. Here are some things you should know about this device’s audio capabilities:
The ES9218 SABRE HiFi SoC is a 32-bit, parallel quad audio digital-to-analog converter (DAC). It’s also equipp with an integrate headphone amplifier, analog volume control, and output switches. Designed for audiophile applications, the ES9218 DAC chip boasts theoretical maximums of 130SNR and 124dB DNR. It also features a true 2Vrms output, a 75-stage analog volume control, and hardware left and right-channel balancing.
The ES9218’s integrated DAC is also highly regard by audiophiles. Its high-quality sound is complement by its excellent processing power and a surprisingly high quality audio experience. The included microSD card is great for storing a lot of music, but its low-speed USB 2.0 interface is incompatible with external USB devices. Its 64-gigabyte internal memory is sufficient for most phone users.
ES9218’s parallel quad audio outputs
ES9218 offers a 32-bit, 394kHz DAC with a 32-bit interpolation filter, HyperStream II architecture and parallel quad audio outputs. This chip promises 130dB SNR, 124dB DNR and -114dB THD+N. Its parallel quad audio outputs feature true 2vrms outputs for professional-grade high-impedance headphones, while its line-level audio outputs deliver an accurate reproduction of acoustic data.
The ES9218’s dual-channel design and 32-bit HyperStream II architecture were first seen in the Sabre PRO DAC series, which is now available in many consumer products. The ES9218 SABRE HiFi SoC is an impressive multi-channel DAC with four 32-bit stereo DAC channels, a parallel-quad audio output, and analog volume control. The ES9218 is the first consumer-grade DAC to feature these features, and it’s also expect to power the LG V20.