€1,349.00
Incl. 19% VAT

Stax SRM-D50

Driver Unit (Amplifier) for Electrostatic Headphones
0%Financing from just € 56.21 a month, with a 24-month term.
Delivery Time
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SRM-D50 drives STAX ‘s electrostatic earspeaker in an ideal form. With the installation of a high-performance DAC, it supports various audio sources such as audio player and PC.

  • Supports various audio sources such as USB / optical / coaxial digital input, RCA analog input etc.
  • ESS DAC chip supports files with audio signal maximum DSD 5.6 MHz, PCM 384 KHz
  • Adopt R core power transformer with less leakage flux
  • Displays the strength of input signal with VU meter
  • Adopted 4 mm thick nonmagnetic aluminum cover
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Model STAX SRM-D50
Frequency responce DC-40kHz (0,-3dB)
Rated Input Level 130mVr.m.s
Maximum Input Level 30V/ RCA, at minumum volume
Maximum Output Voltage 400Vr.m.s (1130Vp-p)
Gain 59dB
Harmonic distortion 0.025% or less/1kHz-10kHz /When use with SR-L series
Input Impedance 20kΩ (RCA)
Bias Voltage DC580V
Mains voltage AC100-240V 50Hz/60Hz (depending on your country’s voltage)
Power Consumption 35W
Operating temperature 0 to 35° Celsius (less than 90% humidity, non condensing)
Dimensions 192(W) x 67(H) x 268(D) mm
Weight 4.5kg
Digital Input USB(type B) x1, TOS x1, COAX x1
Analog Input RCA x1
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