I couldn’t be happier. After two years of work by DirectStream designer Ted Smith, and the engineering team at PS Audio, we released DirectStream Junior – all new, based on its famous progenitor.
DSJ uses the identical FPGA and upgradeable code as DirectStream, but in a slimmer chassis with a stepped attenuator for the volume rather than a touch screen. This is one sweet unit, giving owners close to 85% of DirectStream’s performance at a much lower price.
Did I mention it has the Bridge II network streaming card built-in? And, DSJ has the same ability to uncover details buried in your music library, as does DirectStream.
Imagine going to a recording studio and listening to a master tape of any recording made. This is the experience DirectStream Junior affords its owners who appreciate a renewed sense of enjoyment and discovery when listening to everything in their library: CD’s, downloads, DSD.
The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree
Want to learn more? We’ve prepared a special presentation for you, The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far from the Tree. You can view it here. Or, perhaps you’d like more detailed information? Click here.
We know DirectStream was out of financial reach for some of you, and that’s why we introduced DSJ. With DSJ, you can hear all that has been missing in your CD library – enjoy updates to its performance whenever we release new versions, like Yale, and stream music from Tidal, your NAS, JRiver, or your favorite radio station.
Contact your dealer
DSJs have begun shipping this week and will soon reach your dealer, your country, anxious music lovers the world over. We’re excited for you to give DSJ a listen and find out what all the excitement’s about! And, if you have any questions, feel free to ask.