The only 1’s and 0’s I speak are Audio
Although there are a few ways to playback digital music, we find doing so with an audio signal sounds the best.
But the great clocks, proper isolation and pristine audio outputs aren’t what you’ll love about your A Cappella III. You’ll love the way it makes your speakers sound.
Introducing A Cappella III
Musica Pristina’s roots are firmly planted as computer audio pioneers. We’ve been building music servers with computer parts, Windows and linear power supplies for ages. (We never really wanted a printer port in the server, but it’s harder to remove than you’d imagine.)
But, sometimes you have to let something go to grasp something new.
So we left the world of Windows and PC motherboards in favor of System on Chip (SoC) and Linux kernels. We were finally empowered to build the player we always wanted to build, with only the parts and features we wanted it to have. A network player whose sound isn’t shaped by the Windows audio sub-system. A player that doesn’t radiate noise to the rest of your system.