YOU'RE INVITED: Antelope Audio to Provide Sneak Preview of World's First Atomic AD/DA Preamp at Rocky Mountain Audio Fest

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Antelope Audio cordially invites you to experience a first hand, sneak preview of its groundbreaking Rubicon: the world's first atomic AD/DA preamp. Join Antelope Audio each day at the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest where we will be conducting live demonstrations of Antelope Audio's advanced AD/DA and clocking technologies, which are recognized and used extensively throughout the recording, mastering and film production world. In addition to showcasing the Rubicon and conducting private listening sessions of its DACs and clocking technologies, Antelope will have its renowned Zodiac Gold 384 kHz DAC on hand, which has been reviewed favorably in publications like Digital Trends, AV Guide, Stereophile and many others.

WHAT: Antelope Audio AD/DA and clocking demonstrations at Rocky Mountain Audio Fest

WHERE: Denver Marriott Tech Center, Marriott Tower Level 10, Room 1022

WHEN: October 12th through 14th, 2012 between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

RSVP HERE

Experience "True to Life" Analog to Digital Conversion

The 10 MHz Rubidium atomic clock, coupled with Antelope Audio's proprietary clocking technology achieves at breakthrough in jitter management, providing listeners with unprecedented sound quality. The transformer-based, ultra low noise, discrete JFET phono preamp, together with the ultra-high 384 kHz sample rate A/D conversion and USB recording capability provide users with the sublime experience of digitizing their favoriate tracks, keeping the depth and warmth of the original analog recordings.

Zodiac Gold USB DAC with 384 kHz Audio Capability

Antelope's Oven Controlled Oscillator and 64-bit clocking technology help audiophiles experience a new level of detail, sound clarity and warmth. The DAC features a plug and play USB interface that connects seamlessly to an iPad, Mac, PC, or just about any other digital media source. The 384 kHz audio capability dramatically improves the listening experience on both loudspeakers and headphones.

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