Audio for the discerning listener
** NEWS: See/hear Callia at these upcoming events: **See us at Axpona 2017, The Westin O'Hare, Suite 312 AND at the co-located "EAR Gear" headphone expo, April 21st–23rd 2017
See us at HiFiDeluxe 2017, At the Munich Marriott Hotel, May 18th-20th 2017
See us at LA Audio Show 2017, The Sheraton Gateway Hotel, Los Angeles, June 2nd-4th, 2017
** COMMENT/REVIEWS: Reviews and press coverage **Read what the press say about CALLIA: Outstanding .. Stellar Sound .. Callia is a fantastic piece of equipment .. CALLIA’s DSD playback sounds amazing! ... You’ve never heard music this way before .. an outstanding and powerful headphone amplifier! .. Prism Sound is a name synonymous with high-end audio production .. all about uncompromising quality and accuracy .. from service support to packaging, the product itself, just feels spot on and worth it ... finish is impeccable" Latest review March 2017.
Music playback as it was intended
Drawing upon 29 years of experience in the design and manufacture of reference digital audio converters for professional music applications, Prism Sound are pleased to announce the introduction of "CALLIA", a new PCM & DSD capable digital-to-analogue converter and preamplifier designed and manufactured exclusively in the United Kingdom.
Prism Sound studio converters are well established in the professional recording and mastering studio. The company has built an enviable reputation for performance and technical excellence: learn more about Prism Sound.. Much of your favourite music and movie scores will have been recorded, mixed or mastered with Prism Sound professional A/D and D/A converters. With the advent of the Prism Sound USB audio platform, the company is now able to offer their acclaimed studio quality conversion to home users.
Here's what Elton John's producer Gus Dudgeon had to say about Prism Sound and SADiE digital audio technology: "The very nature of analogue recordings being transferred to vinyl demanded major compromises. With the benefits of digital sound these constraints are removed, and the recordings can be heard much closer to the reproduction we had originally intended."