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ATC's new SIA2-100 amp/DAC and CD2 CD player

Postby Musicraft » Sun Feb 17, 2019 1:11 pm

ATC is very happy to announce the forthcoming release of two new additions to their range of electronics, the SIA2-100 Integrated and CD2 CD player

The SIA2-100 2-channel integrated Amp/DAC and CD2 CD player are designed to work together driving a high-quality passive speaker pair, or individually to upgrade existing sources or amplifiers. They join a formidable range of high-performance audio electronic products and loudspeaker systems designed and built in Stroud, mostly by hand, for studio and hi-fi applications.

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ATC SIA2-100 integrated overview -

Compact in size (2/3 width) yet offering high power output and exceptional resolution, this integrated amplifier with on-board DAC is ideally suited to driving ATC’s small & mid-size passive loudspeakers and a very wide range of loudspeakers from other manufacturers. Understated styling makes it easy to integrate with partnering equipment whilst its small footprint occupies very little space in the home.

Features -

• 2 x line level analogue inputs
• 3 x digital inputs: USB, Coaxial, Toslink
• Premium AKM 32-bit DAC
• USB digital input supports up to 384kHz PCM data and native DSD256
• ATC Discrete MOSFET Output Stage with 100W/Ch. Max. Cont. Power
• Headphone amp featuring discrete output stage
• Handmade in England
• 6 year warranty

** DSD256 support via PC only (up to DSD128 via Mac) **

SIA2-100 UK RRP £2500

ATC CD2 Product overview -

This compact high-performance CD digital audio source has been designed to offer exceptional performance and compatibility with a very wide range of partnering electronics both from ATC and other high-quality manufactures. Styling compliments ATC’s full range of audio electronics, but its small form factor (2/3 width) makes it the perfect partner to the equally compact SIA2-100 integrated amplifier whilst occupying very little space in the home.

Features -

• High performance TEAC CD Transport
• Premium AKM 32-bit DAC
• Coaxial & Toslink Digital Outputs.
• Balanced XLR and Un-balanced RCA outputs
• ATC Discrete class-A output buffers
• Handmade in England
• 6 year warranty

** Two years warranty on CD mechanism **

ATC CD2 UK RRP £1500
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Re: ATC's new SIA2-100 amp/DAC and CD2 CD player

Postby MattSPL » Sun Feb 17, 2019 10:09 pm

Very nice looking kit :)
Sony BDP-S790 > Matrix Quattro Dac > Digidesign RM2's with SB Acoustics drivers > 2 x DIY Dayton Audio UM18-22 Sub

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Re: ATC's new SIA2-100 amp/DAC and CD2 CD player

Postby Musicraft » Mon Feb 18, 2019 5:36 pm

MattSPL wrote:Very nice looking kit :)


Sure does look classy 8-)
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Re: ATC's new SIA2-100 amp/DAC and CD2 CD player

Postby AlmaataKZ » Mon Feb 18, 2019 10:22 pm

Very unusual to offer new models of cd players these days
iMac/Bluray/PVR - Marantz SR7008 - 7.1 ATC SCM50SLAT fronts, C1C centre, SCM7 rears, MonitoAudio M3 rear surr, C4 sub
Airplay multiroom (aex to genelec 6010, b&w mm1, avi dm10)
System here: http://atcforums.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=667

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Re: ATC's new SIA2-100 amp/DAC and CD2 CD player

Postby Dogill » Sat Mar 02, 2019 9:18 am

Pity the Dac once again doesn't offer dlna rendering.
Weiss DAC 502, ATC100SE

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