Digital Audio Galvanic Isolation

Electromagnetic interference is a constant concern in audio engineering, and the all-new G2 line of components uses some special technologies to make sure audio signals remain crystal-clear and free from EMI. 

Galvanic isolation is the technique of separating distinct circuits from each other physically, while allowing data to flow between them. In the ARIES G2 we've built two high-speed galvanic isolators and placed them between the primary clocking, processing, and transmitting circuits. These subsystems can communicate with each other, but the isolators make sure that there's no current -- and thus no EMI -- between them. It's one more way the ARIES G2 puts the quality of its signal above all else, so that you can get the absolute best from your gear. 

 

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