At the Tokyo Headphone Festival, held from April 29-30, Sennheiser showcases the latest product in its audiophile range: the fully balanced headphone amplifier HDV 820. Building on the accomplishments of the audio specialist’s first-ever digital headphone amplifier, the acclaimed HDVD 800, the new HDV 820’s enhanced, higher resolution and ultra low distortion components open up a whole new listening experience for the most demanding audiophiles.
The HDV 820 amplifier allows for an adulterated listening enjoyment, thanks to its improved fully balanced signal processing and extremely low harmonic distortion. It provides an incredibly pure sonic experience for every audio source.
The all new digital section of the HDV 820 is powered by a high-quality ESS SABRE32 digital-to-analog converter in a completely balanced topology. The DAC offers unequalled dynamic range, ultra-low distortion and unmatched audio clarity. It performs at a PCM resolution of 32 bits and a sampling rate of up to 384 kHz and up to 12.3 MHz in the DSD mode.