It spans 460 x 407 x 150mm, weighs in at a meaty 25kg and arrives within a constrained layer chassis, assembled from five different materials, including copper, Hi-MACS and aluminium.
The ORIGINE S2 rests on three B1 supports with integrated Zero Vibration technology to create, says the company, “…a resonance-free environment.”
The transport is based on a DVD-ROM drive that has been modified by NEODIO.
Meanwhile, the 24bit/192KHz DAC, fitted within the same chassis, uses a second generation discrete analogue clock.
ORIGINE has two (SPDIF and USB) digital inputs with absolute phase inversion on the analogue outputs.
Offering a white display with three modes, the unit arrives with an aluminium and white PMMA remote control with amplifier control. Price is €35,000.
To learn more, click www.neodio.fr
Douglas Alexander8th December 2017 at 4:04 pm
Hi Paul.you any idea what has happened to primares new releases namely the cd 35. They were supposed to be released some time in February
Paul Rigby8th December 2017 at 4:15 pm
Seems to be out and about, Douglas. Here’s a random retailer: http://www.audioaffair.co.uk/primare-cd35-cd-player-with-optional-prisma?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI9f6w0-f61wIVpzLTCh1DKA-EEAYYASABEgJbovD_BwE