New Meridian Headphone Amplifier Features Analogue Spatial Processing


Meridian’s new Prime headphone amplifier’s features include: an all-metal extruded chassis; a six-layer circuit board; direct-coupled inputs; a 24-bit/192kHz DAC with separate crystal oscillators for 44.1kHz- and 48kHz-based sources; and preamplifier outputs to drive a power amp or active speakers directly. It also features Analogue Spatial Processing (ASP) technology, which the company says provides a “more immersive, authentic sound to any headphones. Meridian’s advanced ASP transforms headphone listening, providing a more natural spatial soundstage that’s more like listening on loudspeakers.” The Prime is priced at $2000 in the United States and is available through dealers and online via the company’s website.

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